Mother of Divine Grace School offers several programs to help families design and implement the curriculum that is most appropriate for their child by considering his learning style, his interests, and his needs, as well as the parent's teaching style, resources, and interests. We have a Teacher Review Program (our main program) and three supplemental programs: Teacher Services, Learning Support, and the Special Services Program.

The Teacher Review Program is our main program. Families who enroll are paired with an Educational Consultant who will:

For more information about this program please visit our Teacher Review Program page

Families in our Teacher Review Program may also take advantage of our supplemental programs: Teacher Services, the Learning Support Classes, and the Special Services Program.

Teacher Services is a supplement to our main program. Students who sign up for courses in our Teacher Services receive additional support from one of our teachers. Students work one-on-one with a teacher who will:

For more information about this program please visit our Teacher Services page.

The Learning Support Classes are a supplement to our main program. Students who sign up for Learning Support classes participate in weekly (or in a few cases bi-weekly) classes conducted by one of our teachers via phone using the discussion method. Students particiate in a class with a teacher who will:

For more information about this program please visit our Learning Support Classes page.

The Special Services Program is a supplement to our main program for students with special needs. Families who sign a student up in our Special Services Program are paired with a Special Services Consultant who will:

For more information about this program please visit our Special Services Program page.

Graduation Requirements: As a fully accredited private school Mother of Divine Grace School provides our graduates with diplomas and transcripts accepted by colleges throughout the United States. For more information about our graduation requirements, our recommended high school course of study, and college requirements please visit our Graduation Requirements page. For more information about the various high school graduation options available to special needs students, please visit our Special Services Program page.

Hear from Our Families:

“The MODG curriculum, the academic counseling and feedback in partnership with our home environment have given our children the tools they needed to face the challenge of both higher education as well as transitioning into another high school setting. I would like to comment that the majority of my children are of reasonable intelligence and have been easy to teach. They thrived on the curriculum and have shown great progress with their reading and logic skills. I have two that have a motor planning disorder, one more severe than the other, requiring outside speech and occupational therapy. It is with these two that I have found the most benefit of the educational material recommended by MODG. Their learning disabilities have truly caused me to examine more closely the whys and hows of the MODG program and how effective the material recommended is for a learning disabled child. I, as a homeschooling parent, now feel well prepared to face the challenges of educating a student who cannot learn the traditional way.”

Virginia H
homeschooling mother of six, enrolled since 1999