The Teacher Review Program is our main program. Our Educational Consultants are the heart of this program. They have years of distance education experience, they have used our program themselves, and they have gone through rigorous training. Families who enroll are paired with an Educational Consultant who will:

The Consultations are fundamental to each family's homeschooling experience with Mother of Divine Grace School. Through these consultations the family receives the support and guidance they need to homeschool well and they have the opportunity to participate fully in the development of their child's curriculum. The parent's participation in this consultation process means that the curriculum will be tailored to the child's specific needs and will result in a plan of study that encourages that child to develop as an independent learner. Because these consultations are central we try to place each family with the consultant that can best help with that family's particular needs. The consultant plays a vital role in helping each parent design the curriculum for their students. They are also available throughout the year to help each family make changes or modifications at any point.

In addition to the consultations, each family who enrolls in our Teacher Review Program receives the following services:

For additional information on Continuing Education or Strategies for Teaching Children at Home see the following videos:





For information on our Tuition and Fees, please see the Enrollment - Pricing Breakdown page for more information. (Please Note: Books are purchased separately. Enrolled families receive free online versions of our syllabi as part of enrollment and can also purchase hard copies at a discount from our office.) For information on how to enroll in our Program, please see the Enrollment – Home page. Also, you can check out the FAQ's page.

Hear from Our Families:

“I was very drawn to MODG's classical approach, and its focus on the tools of learning. Students learn the facts in each subject area, and then the curriculum goes further to encourage thought, admiration and wonder, and to teach writing, conversation, and drawing. The MODG curriculum does the same in the spiritual area. We read the very best catechism, and the Holy Bible, and then we take it a step further, we reflect on the message, we read the example of the saints, we put our own thoughts on paper. In all areas, we don't just take in facts--which may be forgotten--but we spring from those facts to acquire the tools and skills that will make our students lifelong learners and admirers of God's creation. Yet, MODG does not neglect the acquisition of fact either. I've just started to notice that in the early years, we run over the same material year after year, while increasing the detail and the amount of information. All this is accomplished with a curriculum that is flexible and fits nicely into my family life!”

Jamie B
homeschooling mother of four, enrolled since 2005