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:

Schools that use MODG curriculum but are not listed here are not affiliated with MODG and are not endorsed 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:

“Over time, I have come to see the wisdom of the program, and how each piece, each year, builds onto something from the previous year and, in turn, provides the building blocks for the future. It is the most well thought out and integrated program I have seen, both among the homeschooling programs that I considered and the public and private schools that are an option for us....I have come to believe very firmly over the years that the MODG program, especially as implemented using the family consultants and the various other programs that are available, is easily the match of any other educational system, home-school or not, public or private. My husband and I each have degrees from both Harvard and the University of Chicago, and we value education very highly. We are fortunate, now, to live in an area with nationally ranked public and private schools within a short drive. We have chosen to continue to homeschool our children using MODG. I have no doubt that our children will be much better prepared for the rigors of college than my husband and I were, and I also have no doubt that they will be well prepared for whatever college they choose to attend, including anything in the Ivy League, should that be in their futures.”

Erna K
homeschooling mother of four, enrolled since 2006