A Catholic Distance Education Program based on Laura Berquist's Designing Your Own Classical Curriculum

Our Catholic, Classical Approach:

  • Teaches the Child How to Think
  • Follows the Child's Natural Stages of Learning
  • Takes Account of the Child's Individual Needs
  • Supports the Spiritual Formation of the Child
  • Allows the Parents to Play an Integral Role in Their Child's Education
  • Provides Educational Counseling, Tutorial Support, and Learning Support Classes

Now accepting new enrollments for 2017-2018

Mother of Divine Grace School offers a Catholic, classical approach to distance learning. It was founded in 1995 to provide parents with the information, resources, and support necessary to educate their children according to the classical tradition. Located in Ojai, CA, Mother of Divine Grace School serves over 4,500 students. Mother of Divine Grace School is accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC).

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Malina uses her own business to help those in need

Malina Costello (MODG 6th Grader) raised $300 through her business "Little Miss Rose" to gift a cow through World Vision to a family in need. Malina designed a catalog for her business, contacted her parents’ friends, packaged and wrapped her products, and successfully raised the full 6 shares to purchase a dairy cow.

Maddie Custer receives Congressional Award Medal

Madeline Custer (MODG 11th Grader) received the Bronze Congressional Medal from U.S. Rep. Kevin Brady. This provides recognition for the goals the recipients have reached in public service, personal development, physical fitness and exploration. Madeline is a senior acolyte at her parish and a proficient viola player having been invited to play with the Conroe Symphony Orchestra.

Hannah Voss Named Rhodes Scholar Finalist

Hannah Voss (MODG class of 2014), current senior at Benedictine College is a finalist in the 2018 Rhodes Scholarship competition. The Rhodes Scholarship is the oldest and most celebrated international fellowship award in the world, and arguably the most famous academic award available to American college graduates.

Books & Syllabi

MODG is now selling copies of our syllabi, as well as many of the essential and recommended supplemental texts used in our syllabi. Both enrolled and non-enrolled families can purchase these items from MODG's online bookstore: modgbooks.com. Enrolled families receive a discount on syllabi and books, but must log-in to their family account in order to get the discount.


Did you know?

MODG has a student run news site: www.modgnews.com


“For the sole true end of education is this: to teach men how to learn for themselves; and whatever instruction fails to do this is effort spent in vain.”