Christian Homeschool Curriculum Options
With print-based, computer-based, and online homeschooling curriculum formats, Alpha Omega Publications has the right Christian homeschool curriculum for you and your family. As a leading Christian homeschooling curriculum publisher, AOP's award-winning educational products have enabled thousands of families to discover the amazing benefits of a Christian homeschool education. Take a closer look and see what makes homeschooling so special!
This media-rich, online homeschool curriculum offers automatic grading and recordkeeping, five core subjects, and over 35 electives. Learn more about Monarch ►
Customize your student’s learning with this computer-based curriculum filled with time-saving features and enriching multimedia. Learn more about SOS ►
Students master concepts before progressing in this self-directed worktext curriculum, which also offers integrated lesson plans.Learn more about LIFEPAC ►
Brightly illustrated, teacher-directed workbooks focus on the spiral learning process of introduction, review, and reinforcement.Learn more about Horizons ►
Teach students of multiple ages at once with this unit-based and hands-on curriculum, which weaves Scripture through each topic. Learn more about Weaver ►
"We are so happy we decided to homeschool our children. We feel they are receiving the best education possible with the AOP curriculum." - Yvonne S.
"I appreciate Alpha Omega Publications because it provides a wide spectrum of education on all levels of academic achievement." - Sandra C.
"I have been homeschooling for seven years and have used curriculum from AOP every year. I started with it when my two older children were in preschool and kindergarten. I am now homeschooling four children. It is so nice to know that AOP is there with so many great products to make my life easier as a homeschooler! Thanks AOP!" - Angela O.
"This is our first year homeschooling, and I have parents coming out of the woodwork asking me how to get started. I always point them to your website and curriculum first. The Godly thread throughout your programs has truly made a difference in my son and the rest of our family." - Lisa S.
Over 35 years of experience has made AOP one of the leading providers of Christian homeschool curriculum. Offering choices for preschool and K-12 students, our selection consists of five faith-based products in print, electronic, and online formats, as well as an accredited distance learning school.
You don’t have to homeschool alone! Find the support you need to succeed with Alpha Omega Academy. Use code AOA13 by 6/19/13 to take $200 off tuition for 1st-time enrollees.
Toads, Turtles, and Tree Houses
Posted On : 06.18.13
When summer months came to our homeschooling family, I had a hard time keeping up with the activities of my young sons. As they explored the farm, they frequently left their new discoveries on the kitchen counter to share with me. Unfortunately, these tremendous finds failed to provide the same enjoyment to a tired and skittish mother who was deathly afraid of reptiles, spiders, and creepy insects. I was never quite sure if I wanted to open their gifts of love or not!...
Posted On : 06.17.13
The benefits of homeschooling are wonderful, but there are times when parents face difficult issues. As children grow into their teen years, they realize that homeschooling sets them apart from the mainstream. Wise parents will understand their teenager's need for acceptance during this transition into adulthood and provide an added sense of belonging. However, no matter how much affirmation you give your child, his true value and uniqueness will only be confirmed as he realizes and understands his worth in God's eyes....
Posted On : 06.16.13
Homeschool dads, as well as moms, have the double responsibility of not only being a parent but also being a teacher. My dad had to learn how to share with my mother the daily tasks of teaching, maintaining a home, and balancing finances. As a child, I didn't understand or appreciate the responsibilities he faced, but as an adult, it's easier to see how important my father was in my upbringing and how he impacted my life....
Posted On : 06.15.13
What plans have you made for your children this summer? During our first years of homeschooling, I made the mistake of failing to plan activities for our family. Tired of schedules and organizing throughout the school year, I wanted to take each day just as it came. Although this idealistic thought of allowing my children to play and explore on their own worked initially, I soon found them bored and looking for things to do. Coming to me for suggestions, I realized that even in summer, they needed a purpose and a plan for each day. Frittering away the summer was simply not going to do, and I needed to stay in tune with God's plan for their lives....
Summer Mission: Volunteering as an Act of Service
Posted On : 06.14.13
Summer can be a time of rejuvenation, when we take a moment to enjoy long summer evenings and a cup of lemonade or iced tea. It can also be an excellent time to round up the family and offer extra time to other people or organizations. Volunteering is an act of service that should be sought out as an extension of our daily walk with Christ....
Enter to Win AOP's New Monarch Curriculum!
Posted On : 03.04.10
Monarch is coming on 4/1/10, and to prove how wonderful this online homeschool curriculum really is, we're offering you an opportunity to win a 5-subject Monarch subscription to the grade of your choice. That's a prize value of $419.95! For your shot at winning one of five subscriptions, enter our Monarch Giveaway by 3/31/10....
Dressed to Kill
Posted On : 10.26.12
What did you look like this morning as you began homeschooling your children? Were you still dressed in your pajamas or sweats? Did you prepare yourself as if you were working at an 8 to 5 job, or did you skip the time-consuming effort until later? B...
The Homeschool Vote
Posted On : 09.04.08
Who the U.S. chooses in the 2008 election for our next President might well set the future course for homeschooling in America. As families who cherish the freedom and right to teach our children with Bible-based homeschool curriculum, we need to be ...
Posted On : 03.08.13
Homeschooling can bring out the worst and best in you. As I sat on the kitchen floor crying, I knew that today was one of the worst. I had put the children to bed early, and my husband was working late. I was hoping a good cry would relieve my stress from the week of teaching, responsibilities, and housework. My inabilities to be supermom seemed immensely larger than the homeschooling blessings, and I felt like I was constantly disappointing my husband, my children, my extended family, and myself. Failure waved its ugly banner over me, and I was tempted to cut my losses and give up entirely. God seemed far away, and I felt alone....
White Dog - Black Dog
Posted On : 11.22.12
"I will offer to thee the sacrifice of thanksgiving, and will call upon the name of the LORD" (Psalm 116:17).A new day to homeschool waits in front of you, but already your restless mind is walking you through the countless prob...