Social Networks and Resources for Catholic Homeschool Families
Keeping It Catholic
A network founded by Catholic homeschooling parents, is the largest and most popular site on the web devoted primarily to Catholic home education…and we’re still growing. Over 500 pages of resources.
Catholic Homeschooling Conferences
Immaculate Heart of Mary Homeschool and Parent Conferences in 2013.
Famous Catholic Homeschooler
Elizabeth Ann Seton
The first American-born saint. Born in 1774 in New York City, Elizabeth Bayley was home-schooled by her father, a Professor of Anatomy at King’s College (now known as Columbia).
Known Homeschool Sacramental Guidelines
Provided by Keeping It Catholic (KIC). The following guidelines are published as they appear in original form. We have added color emphasis to sections to which parents may wish to pay particular attention.
A list for …you guessed it.. Catholic homeschooling Moms. The purpose of the list is to offer and receive help, suggestions, support, friendship and share information.
Catholic Homeschool UK
This list is a place where Roman Catholic homeschooling families in the UK can meet for friendship, discussion of home education in general and issues relating to teaching the Catholic faith in particular.
The KIC OnLine Support Group
Provided by Keeping It Catholic (KIC). Created specifically for Catholic homeschooling families and their friends. It’s a free email message service that you subscribe to!
Ideas, stories, thoughts, resources and advice on Catholic homeschooling and family life.
Malaysian Catholic Homeschooling Network
A way to reach out as well as to build an electronic community of Catholic Homeschoolers in Malaysia. A Yahoo Group mail list.
Stands for our Keeping In Touch Catholic Homeschool Electronic Network and is a great place for Catholic parents to gather to talk about homeschooling resources, curriculums, support, issues and matters pertaining to our Catholic faith.
Stories for the Homeschool Heart
Facebook wall for Catholic homeschool moms to share celebrations. Sponsored by the publisher and author of the book of the same name, coming out late summer 2010.
St Ursula Network
The purpose of this group is to enable Catholic homeschoolers to network with each other.
Catholic Homeschooling Resources
Whether you are thinking about catholic homeschooling, looking into the pros and cons of it, searching for various types of curriculum, or just want to spice up the way you do things, you’ve found your way to the right place.
Favorite Resources for Catholic Homeschoolers
A free resource guide, research tool and sampler for Catholic parents and others who “love to learn”.
Homeschool Connections: Upcoming Courses
Each of these WebEx-based courses are recorded and available for purchase after they (along with all of the instructor’s material) have concluded. Please refer to “Recorded Courses” for access to our current list of recorded courses.
Maureen Wittmann: Catholic Treasury
The home page of Maureen Wittmann, speaker and author of The Catholic Homeschool Companion. Filled with reproducible forms, unit studies, links and other useful homeschooling resources.
State Support Groups
Catholic Home Alliance of North Georgia Educators
The mission of C.H.A.N.G.E. is to support Roman Catholic families who embrace home education.
Catholic Homeschoolers of Pennsylvania
This network serves hundreds of Catholic families in Pennsylvania who are faithful to the Magisterium of the Church & Pope John Paul II and who find home education to be their response to the Church’s teaching to be the primary educators of their children.
Catholic Homeschooling in Hawaii
While Esther’s site does contain some resources in Hawaii, she has also provided lots of resources for Catholic homeschoolers anywhere. A multi-ethnic family, she has an interesting collection of madonna icons from around the world.
Tri-State Regional Catholic Home School Network
A network of Catholic Home Schooling families in the Hagerstown/Martinsburg/Gettysburg area. The Network allows families to keep in touch, offer support and advice, and request prayers.
Wyoming Catholic Homeschoolers
This is an email list primarily for Wyoming Catholic Homeschoolers, those interested in homeschooling in Wyoming, or those moving to Wyoming, and seeking information.
NOTE: Local Catholic support groups are listed on regional pages.
Support Group Lists
Catholic Groups By State and Country
From Catholic Homeschool Support.