Thursday, December 10, 2015

Want to homeschool but don't know where to begin?

St. John Paul II and the founder of Seton Anne Carroll
Given that Ontario and other provinces in Canada have decided to implement a radical comprehensive sex curriculum in both public and Catholic schools, many parents are looking for alternative options to publicly funded education. And they should because the sex curriculum puts children's safety, health, moral well being and innocence at risk. One good possibility is homeschooling. However, parents are reluctant to take on the challenge because they fear they aren't prepared. The Seton Home Study School can help answer all your question and get parents ready to begin. Seton provides parents with all the curriculum as well as publishing the books and resources. It has some 11,000 enrolled students and this makes it the largest Catholic primary and secondary school in North America.  (more...)


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