Aquinas Learning Center St. Paul, MN Aquinas Learning is a licensed Aquinas Learning Center. The Aquinas Learning program is a Scholastic, Classical, Catholic homechooling curriculum that encourages memorization, writing, studying Good Books, and Beholding what is True, Good and Beautiful. We meet once a week for 28 weeks, currently Thursdays 8:30 a.m. - 3 p.m. at the Church of St. Mark in St. Paul, MN. www.aquinaslearning.com email@example.com
Aquinas Twin Cities Bloomington, MN Aquinas Twin Cities is a licensed Aquinas Learning Center. The Aquinas Learning program is a Scholastic, Classical, Catholic homechooling curriculum that encourages memorization, writing, studying Good Books, and Beholding what is True, Good and Beautiful. We meet once a week for 28 weeks, currently Mondays 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. at the St. Bonaventure in Bloomington, MN. www.aquinaslearning.com
ARCHES (Aquinas Roman Catholic Home Education Services) Lino Lakes, MN ARCHES is a non-profit organization which provides classes to students in grades 7 through 12 in the St. Paul/Mpls. north metro at St. Joseph's Catholic Church in Lino Lakes. We provide affordable education with a classical, great books-based, Roman Catholic curriculum and Catholic tutors. http://www.archestutors.org
Catholic Homeschooling Network - MN Facebook Group This group is set up to help connect Catholic Homeschooling families in the state of Minnesota in order to create opportunity to discuss topics that can enrich the Catholic Homeschooling experience for everyone! In the past, it's been difficult to find local support groups, so with the advances of Facebook we can now connect with more families for multiple purposes. Share joys & struggles, find local Home School groups, share resources including curriculum and other favorite teaching tools and meet new friends! Can't wait to see where we will go! Please feel free to suggest our group to any Catholic Home Schoolers you know or to anyone who is interested in homeschooling! https://www.facebook.com/groups/567971869904442/
Catholic Homeschool Network - ND Facebook Group This group is set up to help connect Catholic Homeschooling families in the state of North Dakota in order to create opportunity to discuss topics that can enrich the Catholic Homeschooling experience for everyone! In the past, it's been difficult to find local support groups, so with the advances of Facebook we can now connect with more families for multiple purposes. Share joys & struggles, find local Home School groups, share resources including curriculum and other favorite teaching tools and meet new friends! Can't wait to see where we will go! https://www.facebook.com/groups/catholichomeschoolingnd/
Charism Yahoo Group We are a group of Catholic families dedicated to raising and educating our children in the Catholic faith and in full alignment with the Roman Catholic Church. We welcome all who would like to join our activities as long as they understand our commitment to our faith, and they will not try to undermine any of the teachings of the Catholic Church. We desire to teach our children our Catholic faith and this will be apparent at our meetings and group activities. Jean Callens 507-828-3472 firstname.lastname@example.org https://groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/charism/info
CHRISTUM (Catholic Homeschoolers of the Rochester area Instructing Students by Teachers Under the Magisterium) This email list provides a forum for Catholic families to share information, resources, and ideas in the pursuit of Catholic Home education faithful to the Teachings of the Church and the Magisterium. It's specific existence is to serve the Rochester, MN area Catholic Homeschoolers and those in the surrounding area of SE MN. We use a Yahoo group page to communicate. Though there are no formal meetings, a number of activities and field trips are planned throughout the school year. Members may choose to participate in any of the activities or simply use the website to share information or ask questions. http://groups.yahoo.com/group/christumhomeschool Contact: Sarah Bauer email@example.com
Church of Saint Paul Home Education Ministry (HEM) Church of Saint Paul, 1740 Bunker Lake Blvd NE, Ham Lake, MN 55304 The Church of Saint Paul Home Education Ministry (HEM) has been formed for the purposes of: • Learning more about the Catholic faith. • Promoting Christian values and character development. • Supplementing curriculum areas that are more difficult to provide in a home setting, such as team activities and group interaction. • Providing positive social opportunities for children of our parish who are educated at home. • Providing support for Catholic home educating parents with children in kindergarten through 12th grade. http://hemgroup.weebly.com/
East Central Home Education Group Braham, MN We offer weekly co op classes in Braham for pre school-8th grade in IEW (with registered instructor), history (Story of Civilization), science (Generation Genius), and socratic book discussion. Please contact Kate Tran for more information Kbtran12@gmail.com
Epiphany Catholic Homeschool Organization (ECHO) Church of the Epiphany, Coon Rapids, MN We are a family friendly support group available to all Catholic families who choose to homeschool one or more of their children. ECHO supports the parents' role as the first and foremost educators of their children by providing opportunities including: celebrating weekday Mass together, field trips, monthly parent support meetings, park play dates, holiday parties and various other activities through out the year. We would love to have you join us. Contact: Kathy firstname.lastname@example.org
Fargo-Moorhead Catholic Home Educators (FMCHE) Cathedral of St. Mary in Fargo, ND We are a group of families loyal to the Magisterium of the Roman Catholic Church, who home educate our children and live within about an hour of the Fargo-Moorhead area. We coordinate field trips, monthly Moms' nights, an annual book sale, social activities, and educational activities. We average about 2-3 activities per month. +JMJ+ www.fmche.org
Holy Family Home Educators Holy Family Church, 5900 W Lake St, St. Louis Park Parent meetings, 2nd Thursday of most months during the school year. Annual student theater productions, science fair, nature center classes, field trips, book clubs, spelling bee, and more for students. Social opportunities for parents. Contact: Ruth Ann Lacina email@example.com
Holy Family Homeschoolers Our group is here to primarily support the social aspect of your homeschooling adventure for families in the Wright, Sherburne, and NW Hennepin counties. We are a group of Catholic, homeschooling families who love life-learning and fellowship. We meet for Park Days, Service Projects, Mini lessons/classes, Mom's Night, Teen activities, Field Trips and Family Activities. No group fees or formalities. Register at https://www.facebook.com/groups/MNHolyFamilyHomeschoolers/ or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Holy Family of the 7 Rivers Catholic Homeschool Group Includes families from Southeastern MN and the La Crosse. WI area We often meet at the Shrine of Our Lady Of Guadalupe in LaCrosse for 1st Friday mass and a picnic. Other gatherings planned monthly and emailed out to members. New members always welcome. Contact: Mary Lehn email@example.com 507-894-3825 Home School Academy Crosby, MN Contact: Marcie Stokman firstname.lastname@example.org
JP II Catholic Homeschoolers Mary Queen of Peace in Rogers, MN @ First Friday Mass The John Paul II Homeschool Group is a Catholic home educators support group, faithful to the Magisterium, with opportunities for educational enrichment and fellowship. We meet for Mass and Benediction on First Fridays at Mary, Queen of Peace in Rogers, followed by a group gathering nearby. We offer different extra-curricular and enrichment activities--both regular and sporadic, as well as coordinating discounts for field trips and other events. Contact: Bernadette Moriarty at email@example.com
Our Lady of Good Counsel Pine River, MN Consists of around 20 families from a 30-mile radius. We meet the first Friday of the month. Schedule is as follows: 8-9 a.m. confessions heard; 9-10 a.m. first class period, 10-11 a.m. second class period, 11:15 Benediction, 11:30 Mass, followed by lunch in the church basement. Two different classes are offered each year, and students are divided into appropriate age groups. We have offered science, art, speech, apologetics, etc. We have paid instructors, but often just have parent volunteers. Parent meeting every other month on third Monday. We hold an annual Valentine's Day party, May Crowning service for the Blessed Mother, field trips arranged by parent volunteers and a bi-annual science and creativity fair. Contact: Kolly Hurdlik firstname.lastname@example.org https://www.facebook.com/groups/533106626725996/
St. John Bosco Homeschool Fellowship Aberdeen, SD Co-op classes. Bi-annual group picnics. A start-up group. Contact: Deborah Trefz 605-765-4094
Saint John Paul II Homeschool Enrichment Program Mankato, MN The Saint John Paul II Homeschool Enrichment Program is a ministry of SS Peter and Paul Catholic Church in Mankato, MN and has been serving Southern Minnesota since September 2013. Mission Statement: The mission of the Saint John Paul II Homeschool Enrichment Program is to serve Catholic families in Southern Minnesota by encouraging parents, supporting students and providing Christo-centric classes and field trips. Statement of Faith: We, the Saint John Paul II Homeschool Enrichment Program, believe in Jesus Christ and as His humble disciples are faithful to the Magisterium of the Roman Catholic Church. Contact: Lisa Schwamberger: email@example.com
St. Luke's Youth Guild Current location: Church of Saint Mark, 2001 Dayton Ave, St. Paul, MN 55104 St. Luke's Youth Guild is a Classical art and art history program for students ages 7-13. The Guild engages students through lecture presentations, literature circles, quality hands-on projects and field trips. By integrating art, history and literature, all through the lens of our Catholic faith, students learn to analyze and truly look at art and engage more deeply with history. Most importantly, it stirs their minds, hearts and souls to the truth, beauty and goodness found in art history. For more information and details about sessions please contact Jess Ferro at firstname.lastname@example.org. "May the beauty…stir them to wonder!" ~St. Pope John Paul II
St. Paul Catholic Homeschoolers https://groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/st-paul-catholic-homeschoolers/info We are a Roman Catholic group that is faithful to the Holy Father and the Magisterium. All Catholic homeschoolers in the St. Paul Metro Area are welcome to this group, including families who are still discerning whether to homeschool and those with children who are not yet school age. The purpose of the group is to allow families who are living the Catholic life to connect with one another, support one another and learn together as we homeschool our children.
Members may choose to be involved with only the online discussions, but are also welcome to plan field trips and family functions for the group. Whatever is of interest to your family, feel free to plan and open the activity up to the entire group. There are no mandatory commitments to attend any activities or meetings... the group simply exists to support Catholic homeschoolers in whatever ways you need support.
Salt & Light Catholic Homeschool Co-op Rochester, MN Our co-op is formed by Rochester area families and its purpose is for fellowship and support among Catholic homeschoolers. Our co-op is wholly Catholic and offers opportunities for students that either can’t be done at home or tend to be dropped in a busy home. http://saltandlightcoop.blogspot.com/ Contact: Nancy Peters email@example.com
Veritas In Academia Classes currently held at: 150 Railway Street East, Loretto, MN 55357 VIA is a Latin acronym for Veritas in Academia, which means Truth in the Academy. The word VIA itself is Latin for The Way. VIA was founded in 2014 and offers classes taught by Catholic tutors who are passionate about imparting knowledge from their areas of expertise in the light of the Truth in order to help lead to their students to the Truth. “Through the grace of the sacrament of marriage, parents receive the responsibility and privilege of evangelizing their children” (CCC 2225).
What does this mean? According to Fr. John Hardon, S.J., it means that parents, more than anyone else, have the supernatural light to know and the strength to choose what, before God, the children need in this life as a prelude for the life to come. http://www.veritasinacademia.org/ For more information, email: firstname.lastname@example.org