Kolbe Academy Online Conceptual Framework by Steve Schultz   Kolbe Academy Online is “dedicated to forming the whole individual – mind, body and soul – to renew the world with children and young adults with high educational, moral, civic, and spiritual values centered on the principle of Ad Majorem Dei Gloriam – doing all
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Have We Prepared Him Enough? Six weeks until he leaves for college, 1,300 miles from home. Is he ready? Will he miss us? Is he going to call home? Will he remember to do his laundry? Wait…does he even know how to wash and dry his clothes? Will he clean his dorm room and bathroom?
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Fantastic article by Joseph Pearce about Catholic homeschooling programs and Newman Guide colleges, reprinted by permission of The Cardinal Newman Society . The original article can be found at  https://newmansociety.org/are-homeschools-serving-as-newman-guide-college-prep-schools/ . Copyright © 2018 The Cardinal Newman Society. Permission to reprint without modification to text, with attribution to author and to The Cardinal Newman Society, and (if published online) hyperlinked
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Eyes are Opened We started meeting families that were homeschooling and we were quite intrigued. They invited us into their homes for us to see what their school day looked like. We were impressed with their well-mannered children and how joyful these families were. We could relate to their faith, morals and values. We really
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Time Flies It seems like just yesterday that my husband was trying to convince me to homeschool our children. I remember he was offering to change one of our rooms in our newly built house into a classroom. His enthusiasm was sweet, but definitely not reality, in my mind.  My idea of motherhood and family
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A False Dichotomy of Science and Faith Catholic parents often find themselves at a loss when it comes to science education. Society’s clear message is that one can either be reasonable or religious, but certainly not both. Our culture sets us up with an impossible choice between fidelity and rationality. Some Christians attempt to patch
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