We are enrolled with Mother of Divine Grace and have used them for our Catholic homeschooling all these years.
Our curriculum pretty much reads like the back of the Emmanuel Books catalog!....if you are familiar with that catalog.
Our oldest son has a very full curriculum which includes:
Religion: Fr. Laux series continues, this year with Introduction to the Bible
Math: Algebra II (Saxon)
Language: Spanish I (Power-Glide)
Spanish & English History & Literature: Christ the King, Lord of History; along with much literature reading: currently, Churchill's History of the English- Speaking Peoples, and soon Beowulf begins.
Biology (J.Wile's Apologia series): Exploring Creation with Biology
Art: Doug takes from a teacher and continues his great drawing with Rapidograph ink; he has several pieces he'll enter in a festival competition this October.
Our new high schooler, our daughter's curriculum for ninth grade includes:
Religion: Fr. Laux's texts: Chief Truths of the Catholic Faith, and Catholic Morality
Math: Algebra I, (Saxon)
Language: Henle Latin continues, 2nd year
Grammar arts: Warriner's Grammar & Composition 3rd Course
History: text: Christ & the Americas; American History with a lot of literature reading, first up, time period covered: Exploration & Colonization. She is beginning with The Scarlet Letter, The Witch of Blackbird Pond, Evangelization of the New World, Americans: the Colonial Experience.
Science: Earth Science study
Music: Jamie continues with her piano lessons; and art is a variety of measures for her! She just finished art classes for the summer.
Michael, our third grader:
Religion: St. Joseph Baltimore Catechism No. 1; Knecht's Bible History for Children
Math: Arithmetic 3 (Abeka)
Language: English from the Roots Up, root cards
Grammar: Lingua Mater, Primary Language Lessons; Spelling: Writing Road to Reading
History: How Are Nation Began, and Our American Heritage; Map Skills, States & Capitals Cards
Science: Exploring God's World
Music: Reading Music (Hayes), and recorder/piano and most importantly, listening to a series of classical masterpieces as scheduled in his syllabus (we use The Music Masters Cds) And the Classical Kids audios. Really nice!
Art: Michael does a variety and also just completed art lessons for the sumemr, but formally we use the Mommy, It's a Renoir art program for art enrichment with our younger children.
Mark, our 4 year old. Yes! We must include him; what does he do all day while we are instructing the other children?
Religion: we recite prayers and learn to make the sign of the cross; we look at lots of nice religion books like My Jesus and I (Fr. Morrow).
Math: we know our numbers! We use lots of hands-on items, from puzzle pieces to magnet numbers. We also watch Leap Frog videos, and we use Winnie-the Pooh early learner CD-Roms, (Mark has good computer etiquette and does nicely at the computer); and the Leap Frog lap-board system.
Language: we're still working on English!
History: immediate family :-)
Science: we can pick up bees with our bare-hands!
Music: We sing, we dance, we shimmey.....We listen to a lot of music - we like Mozart a lot.
The image is The Angel and the Mother, (Janmot) and is featured on the front cover of October's Magnifcat Devotional. Simply captivating!