Adapted from The Virginia Homeschool Manual. Compiled by Vicki Bentley, Susan Brooks, Janice Campbell, and Rachel Ramey. Most of the subject-specific resources can be ordered from the major curriculum suppliers listed under “Homeschool Material Sources,” but publisher websites are indicated where appropriate. Publisher websites often offer additional product information, articles, links to other sites, and free e-newsletters.
A Beka Book Publications/Video School
An accredited Christian textbook approach, with video school option.
Advanced Training Institute International/Telos Institute International
Interdisciplinary, character-training curriculum based on biblical principles.
Alpha Omega Publications
LIFEPAC curriculum, Switched-On Schoolhouse (computer-based curriculum), The Weaver unit study, and more.
Bob Jones University Press
An accredited Christian textbook approach, with a satellite school option.
High-quality traditional education. Complete package includes everything needed.
Christian Liberty Academy
Full-service program or on-line classes.
Christian Light Publications
A Mennonite publisher of homeschool curriculum for grades 1-12.
Private school that offers homeschool enrollment and support.
Covenant Home Curriculum
Classical, eclectic K-12 programs tailored to individual needs.
Escondido Tutorial Service
Internet tutorials in classical Christian education.
Griggs University & International Academy
Pre-K to college. Focus: Seventh-Day Adventist.
Landmark Freedom Baptist Curriculum
Robinson Self-Teaching Curriculum
K-12 books printable from CD-ROM. Inexpensive and traditional.
Rod and Staff Publishers, Inc.
Mennonite curriculum. High-quality coloring books.
School of Tomorrow
Textbook and multimedia products published by Accelerated Christian Education (ACE).
Seton Home Study School
Traditional Catholic education at reasonable cost.
Sonlight Curriculum, ltd.
Literature-based unit-study approach, with full curriculum or individual items available. Website forums are active and helpful.
Accredited, text-based program for homeschoolers.
University of Nebraska at Lincoln
Offers high school courses via distance delivery for enrichment or credit as well as college independent study courses.