Catholic Homeschool Curriculum


If you are looking for some information about where to start, or how to go about providing your children with a Catholic Homeschool Curriculum, here are a few websites you can look at. Seton Home Study School Seton is an accredited school assisting homeschooling parents by providing an academically excellent and authentically Catholic curriculum. Our entire staff here at Seton will assist you in customizing … Continue reading Catholic Homeschool Curriculum

The Dignity of the Child and the “I’m Bored: Entertain Me” Syndrome


The Dignity of the Child and the “I’m Bored: Entertain Me” Syndrome   The dignity of the human person is rooted in his creation in the image and likeness of God…By his deliberate actions, the human person does, or does not, conform to the good promised by God…[individuals] make their own contribution to their interior growth; they make their whole…lives into means of this growth. … Continue reading The Dignity of the Child and the “I’m Bored: Entertain Me” Syndrome

News from Catholic Heritage Curricula


November 21, 2012Dear CHC Family,A CHC family who spins and weaves their ‘home-grown’ wool shares their experience searching for a daughter’s first spinning wheel: “Never, never buy a used spinning wheel. Invariably, someone has a beautiful old spinning wheel that they will be happy to sell you–but then you get it home and find out it’s missing a tiny but vital part. All that money … Continue reading News from Catholic Heritage Curricula

Catholic Heritage Curricula – Summer Enrichment Program


+ June 23, 2012 Catholic Heritage Curricula invites you to try our Summer Enrichment Program! We offer materials that can be used for remedial reading, math, and spelling; or for wholesome summer activities and enrichment to keep skills up and children excited at the wonder of discovery over the long summer break from school. Phonics, reading, spelling, and math workbooks may be used for catch-up … Continue reading Catholic Heritage Curricula – Summer Enrichment Program

Catholic Heritage Curricula E-Newsletter


The Dignity of the Child and the “I’m Bored: Entertain Me” Syndrome. The dignity of the human person is rooted in his creation in the image and likeness of God…By his deliberate actions, the human person does, or does not, conform to the good promised by God…[individuals] make their own contribution to their interior growth; they make their whole…lives into means of this growth. —Catechism … Continue reading Catholic Heritage Curricula E-Newsletter