Seton Home Study School uses the Baltimore Catechism as the basis for most of their curriculum and includes Saxon Math and other science courses.
Seton Home School has a comprehensive Catholic homeschool curriculum with illustrated workbooks that incorporate the Catholic Religion throughout. A real plus is that they have edited out some of the bad themes from the old books. Parents appreciate this discernment in Catholic education.
Seton Home School has also created copybooks with theme based content such as history. It is a God-send to be able to order a curriculum ready made for the year that parent and child alike can depend will organize the day. Our favorites are the handwriting copybooks for 6th and 7th grade that cover the 50 states and the countries of the world and some of the history text/workbooks.
One of Seton's best sellers is the Confirmation Preparation For Young Catholics.
Here is what Seton Home School says: "In his Letter to Families, Pope John Paul II wrote: 'Parents are the first and the most important educators of their own children, and they also possess a fundamental competence in this area; they are educators because they are parents.'
This quotation from His Holiness sums up very well the philosophy of Seton Home School. We are here to assist parents with their educational duties. We help by providing counseling by phone, message boards, fax, and e-mail. We also provide daily lesson plans, testing services, books, software, videos, online testing, online audio lectures, and other educational materials for Catholic homeschooling." (Seton Home School Homepage)
Seton Home Study School has accredited homeschool programs for each grade in elementary and high school. Get a sneak peek at the Seton Home School outstanding Catholic homeschooling curriculum.
1350 Progress Dr
Front Royal, VA 22630
St. Anne's Helper recommends Seton's Defense of the Baltimore Catechism.
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Order Baltimore Catechism worksheets. Choose fonts, colors, and SIZES.
Use these printables in your Roman Catholic catechism class, Faith formation, or Sunday school lesson. ~Mary Fifer