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:
“MODG, which uses the classical approach to education, has been a real eye opener for my daughter and for me. First of all, Anna has thrived on the fact that we can move at a pace that is equal to her learning ability. Her state standardized tests continue to be in the above average range for her age level. When we were at the Catholic School, her test scores were high as well. However, it was because I prepared her at home for them. We rarely finished a text book at the Catholic School, so course work was never technically complete. Every year she was there, I finished course work on my own with her as well as extra learning activities over the summer. We do so much during the year and it’s so thorough with MODG, there is no need to do this over the summer as we did before. I used to be a teacher’s aide in Math and Science for the Junior High level at the same Catholic School so I am very familiar with their caliber of work. MODG far surpasses it. Anna has been able to move ahead in subjects that interest her or in which she excels. She has particularly enjoyed not only the textbooks for history, but the literature based learning as well. Her ability to do Latin has continually amazed us and we have found that it has advanced her knowledge in English grammar. We love the way course work in one subject often ties in with learning in another subject. Our greatest joy in homeschooling Anna through MODG, however, has been in religion. Whereas her religion books in Catholic school seemed dead, the MODG curriculum has given her the real “meat and potatoes” of her faith. She not only has developed a real love for her faith, but she is able to understand it and defend it as well. Last year she told me that because of what she has learned she feels that she finally “knows God.” What more could I ask.”Phyllis F
homeschooling mother of one, enrolled since 2005