Seton Catholic Homeschool Curriculum

by Kim Besel
(Augusta, Ga)

Affordable, Challenging Catholic Homeschool Curriculum

Affordable, Challenging Catholic Homeschool Curriculum

Homeschooling mom of many, shares the top reasons why she uses Seton Catholic homeschool curriculum year after year, for all her children...


I have used Seton homeschool curriculum for the last three years from grades 1-9. It is extremely affordable for a large family. The curriculum is very challenging; there is a heavy emphasis on reading and writing. I like this curriculum because it is thoroughly Catholic and faithful to the teachings of the Church. The curriculum is challenging yet flexible and access to student counselors is only a phone call away.

Although Seton is the most affordable Catholic homeschool curriculum on the market, you can save even more by buying your books at one of the summer homeschool conferences that Seton attends, many of the same books are used every year so your children can "pass them down". I think that Seton offers a great curriculum and an even better price.

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Apr 26, 2010
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agree!!
by: Suzanne

As a homeschool mother of 9 I find Seton invaluable! Cost effective and college prep! Love that our faith is part of every subject!

Jun 28, 2010
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Help, I must be doing something wrong!
by: Colette

I need some advice...

I am using Seton Curriculum this year for my 5th, 6th and 7th grader. I wanted an all Catholic education for my children and I wasn't disappointed with what I received. My problem? We are averaging 9 hours of study time every day! I am going strictly by the lesson plan provided, is there anyway I can pass over certain things without taking away something that is important?

Any suggestions would be appreciated

Jun 30, 2010
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This sounds like me
by: Moisquared

I have been using Seton for 9 years now and I used to be a strict lesson plan user. That is until I was blessed with a child that cannot posssibly do all of that. I have since learned that the children learn plenty without being a strict task master. As long as the child learns the concepts offered, they will be OK. Some things take longer and some shorter. If the child KNOWS the concept, let him do every other problem. Or perhaps, the first ten sentences. The things they don't get, make them do all of them!!! That is the beauty of homeschooling!! We taylor the course to the child. It took me a long time to get to that but I am there now. My life is easier now but still hectic. I guess it's just a little less trying.

Jul 01, 2010
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Thank you
by: Colette

I started this week, asking the to do just half their math problems. Although, I did feel guilty still believing I needed to follow the lesson plan. This in itself has shortened our day and may us all a little less frustrated. Thank you for sharing your experience. Now I don't feel as guilty. ;0)

Nov 04, 2010
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what about learning disabled children
by: Anonymous


Hello:
I just started homeschooling and i have not yet signed up for any program'
My daughter has a learning disability and looking at your program by all means she could not accomplish it.
Is there any special program for this type of children?

Nov 07, 2010
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Special needs
by: Colette

Yes, Seton does have a special service program. Please contact them as they can better answer your questions.

Nov 24, 2010
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Just started using Seton!
by: Tanya

We just started homeschooling this week and I am so happy I chose Seton! My son is in 5th grade and My daughter who was in Kindergarten was able to start of with Seton's 1st Grade. I find that the lesson plans are a great help especially since I am so new to homeschooling. Any tips for the future would be helpful.

Apr 15, 2011
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socialize classes/field trips
by: Jeanine

I am checking into homeschooling my son and have a few questions. How are the field trips or socializing done in your area? The Catholism classes for preparation to the first communion and confirmation? Also, is this the same for every state and area?

May 04, 2011
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Does any one combine Seton w/Sonlight
by: Anonymous

We have used Seton Before for 1st and 2nd. We are now looking in enrolling with seton for good for 6th and up. However I am not crazy about the textbook approach for history. Has anyone done Seton w/sonlight's history? If yes, how does your day/week look like?

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