Home School

We are excited to announce the Chaldean Catholic Homeschool program.  We have seen a demand from our community to support families to begin educating their children in the home.  We have the full support of Bishop Francis Kalabat and the Eparchy of St. Thomas and we are excited to roll out this initiative in the Fall of 2023.  

What is a Co-op Homeschool Program?

    • A co-operative (co-op) is a parent-led learning environment.

    • The environment helps to teach core classes as well as providing socialization.

    • Parents attend with their children and teach and learn alongside other homeschooling families.

    • Parents remain with their child during the homeschool co-op.

What is a Hybrid Homeschool Program?

    • A model where children split their time between a traditional school-setting and homeschool.

    • Children are dropped off and taught in a classroom setting by paid teachers (may include parents).  

    • Parents are responsible for the additional education of their children on the days between the in-person learning days.  

Here is a website that further describes the difference between a co-op and a hybrid homeschoo program – https://hslda.org/post/what-are-homeschool-learning-groups

Training and Certification: 

    • Co-Op Requirements: The Association and anyone that is teaching/volunteering will be required to have the PGC Certificate along with a CPR Certificate.

Curriculum & Classes:

    • We are using the Seton Catholic Homeschool Curriculum and will teach all core subjects at the co-op as well as the hybrid once developed. (www.setonhome.org)

    • Grades as follows (tentative based on number of registrations and moms willing to teach)

      • Preschool and Kindergarten

      • 1st and 2nd grade

      • 3rd and 4th grade

      • 5th and 6th grade

      • 7th and 8th grade

Schedule (East)

    • Location: Holy Martyrs Chaldean Church

    • Dates: Mondays and Wednesdays (30 weeks)

    • Time: 10am-1pm



    • Registration will be all online

    • Steps for Enrollment

      • Application

      • Family Interview

        • You will be contacted for an interview

        • The entire family is expected to attend

      • Complete Registration & Pay Enrollment Fee

        • At the time of the registration you will pay $50 per child 


Each family will pay a $50/child enrollment fee and be responsible for purchasing all curriculum. Books and materials will range from $300-$700 depending on the grade level.  Financial assistance is available upon request.  For more information about the curriculum pricing, please visit: https://www.setonhome.org/cost/ 

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