Helpful Websites

Here are some helpful websites where you can order books used in our tutorial, register with a Catholic umbrella group for Maryland, and find supplemental instruction to help you home school your student from kindergarten through high school.  
Our prayer is that you find the right fit for your children and your family.



Maryland Catholic Homeschoolers (MCH) is the state-wide resource organization for Catholic homeschoolers in Maryland. MCH is also a state-approved umbrella entity and can provide annual review services for MCH membership families. More information about MCH and contact information visit their website at




The Institute for Catholic Liberal Education exists to give Catholic educators a clear understanding of the riches of authentic Catholic education, yesterday and today, and to help them implement the Church’s vision in their institutions.



Catholic Homeschooling books as well as full curriculum 
through Seton Home Study.  



Mother of Divine Grace
A Catholic Distance Education Program based on 
Laura Berquist's 
Designing Your Own Classical Curriculum



Another Catholic home schooling site.
Catholic Heritage Curriculum, might be helpful for you.



Kolbe Academy is the only Ignatian in method and classical in
content Catholic home schooling curriculum.



A great resource for video lessons on a variety of topics.  Anytime a student has a question on math homework, history, science, you name it, start with Khan Academy for short video explanations.


The Apologia science series of books can be purchased 
from their website 

The series is also available for a discount through Christianbook.com  




Many of the novels used in 9th, 10th, and 11th grade literature classes can be found used at 
It is usually easiest to search using the ISBN that tutors provide in their class information sheets so you purchase the correct edition.



Helpful math, AP science, American History, Economics, and more instructional classes via online videos and CD's.
Thinkwell is known for it's advanced math and science classes.  The site provides excellent coursework for those hard to teach at home topics.



A literature based curriculum that covers a lot of reading each year can be found at Sonlight.com.  They also carry Apologia science textbooks and Rosetta stone foreign language courses.  Most of their history readers are stories about children.




biology resource site for teachers and students which includes lesson plans, student handouts, powerpoint presentations and laboratory investigations.


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