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THE A-to-Z of Homeschooling
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Correspondence Schools

A full curriculum based on grade level

Home School Programs which supply curriculum via shipping, for those without consistent computer or internet access

Correspondence schools typically provide a full curriculum for kindergarten, elementary school, middle school and high school, based on grade level. You will get shipped all the materials you need, a teacher will make assignments, which your child will complete and ship back, and the teacher will evaluate. The best are accredited schools and will perform an assessment to ascertain your child’s placement in each subject for the school year.

American School
100 year old accredited correspondence school. The School serves many students in the entertainment and sports fields. Offers High School diploma and individual courses for enrichment. Facebook Page: American School.


Blueprint Educaton
Formerly Phoenix Special Programs and Academies. Accredited program. 7-12. Self-paced print and internet based courses. Sensitive to the needs of those students involved in agriculture, living on farms and ranches.


Calvert School Home Instruction Department
K-8 curriculum that will tell you exactly what to do and what to learn, down to the exact spelling words. Advisory teachers available.

Global Village School
Our mission is to provide a quality education that supports students in truly being themselves and that promotes peace, understanding, and respect for all. Will help document unschoolers.

International Baccalaureate Organisation
The IBO grew out of international school efforts to establish a common curriculum and university entry credential for geographically mobile students.

Laurel Springs School
Accredited, independent study for grades K-12. We have custom classes as well as honors, UC and NCAA approved courses. Course credits are transferable, and students may enroll in our program at any time of year. Yearbook, prom, and graduation ceremony.

North Dakota Center for Distance Education
Accredited program for students grades 6 – 12. Homeschooled students may apply to receive credit for independent work. Parents needing to meet state requirements for a high school diploma may apply life experience toward a diploma.

North Texas Academy and Plano Home School Academy
Two licensed private home school programs for grades 4-12. Accommodates special needs students as well as those wishing an accelerated program.

Oak Meadow School
Waldorf-style curricula for preschool through high school. Provides distance education internationally to English-speaking students.

Ogburn School
A complete range of customized curriculum to fit your student’s needs. We are CITA-SACS accredited.

SeaScape Educational Center & Malibu Cove Private School
Established in 1989, SeaScape Center offers home school programs for both elementary grades, PreK- 8th, and high school. Malibu Cove Private School offers high school programs for grades 9-12 through distance learning, enabling individuals to earn their high school diplomas.


Philo Gubb: Correspondence-School Detective

Philo Gubb: Correspondence-School Detective
by Ellis Parker Butler
This is a pre-1923 historical reproduction that was curated for quality. Quality assurance was conducted on each of these books in an attempt to remove books with imperfections introduced by the digitization process. Though we have made best efforts – the books may have occasional errors that do not impede the reading experience. We believe this work is culturally important and have elected to bring the book back into print as part of our continuing commitment to the preservation of printed works worldwide.
Ellis Parker Butler (1869- 1937) was a native of Muscatine, Iowa. Dropping out of high school to help support the family he worked in a number of jobs including ones in a spice mill, an oatmeal mill, a china store, and a wholesale grocery. Moving to New York City in 1896, he began writing for trade magazines such as the Tailor’s Review, the Wall Paper News, and The Decorative Furnisher.
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