Mother of Divine Grace School is a WASC accredited distance learning school providing instructional syllabi with day by day lesson plans, on-line classes, and one-on-one tutorial instruction. Thus, MODG offers a very carefully constructed curriculum with many support services.
MODG also provides various levels of training in the methodology and content of the curriculum to specific brick and mortar 'hybrid' schools and resource centers that use the MODG syllabi for their students.
Some schools and resource centers enroll all of their students (or all high school students) in MODG, and there is a consultant assigned to work with these schools/students. This consultant provides on-going training.
These schools are:
Some schools and resource centers have MODG provide both initial and on-going training for their teachers, though their students are not enrolled in MODG and they do not work with a consultant. (Note: Individual families and students from the school/resource center maybe enrolled in MODG.) All such schools and resource centers that have successfully completed training and passed all certification requirements including testing are listed below.
For information or admissions on all Regina Caeli Academy locations please call: (404) 729-1795.
Schools that advertise they use MODG curriculum, but are not listed here did not receive training from MODG, and are not endorsed in any way by MODG.
(Note: A guarantee of training in content and methodology does not in any other way represent an endorsement of the physical school.)
Hear from Our Families:
“As the parents who have used Mother of Divine Grace materials for the past 15 years, we have come to believe that, beyond the quality of the academic courses, the greatest benefit of homeschooling with MODG has been the spiritual formation the children have received and the self-motivation they have learned. This belief has been especially confirmed by the experiences of the four of our children who have either graduated from or are still attending college…. We feel that the experience of taking charge of one’s own education would have been very difficult to replicate in a conventional school, though it is certainly possible. And while a good education in academic subjects such as reading, writing and arithmetic are possible in many situations, the ability to use MODG’s liberal arts curriculum in the context of a large family has contributed uniquely to our children’s spiritual formation. We are very proud of all their achievements, but what makes us proudest is their strong faith, the manner in which they conduct themselves, and the affection that they have for each other. Without that, we feel that any success the world offers is, in the end, meaningless.”Jacqueline L
homeschooling mother of six, enrolled since 1997