The Teacher Review Program is our main program. Our Educational Consultants are the heart of this program. They have years of distance education experience, they have used our program themselves, and they have gone through rigorous training. Families who enroll are paired with an Educational Consultant who will:

The Consultations are fundamental to each family's homeschooling experience with Mother of Divine Grace School. Through these consultations the family receives the support and guidance they need to homeschool well and they have the opportunity to participate fully in the development of their child's curriculum. The parent's participation in this consultation process means that the curriculum will be tailored to the child's specific needs and will result in a plan of study that encourages that child to develop as an independent learner. Because these consultations are central we try to place each family with the consultant that can best help with that family's particular needs. The consultant plays a vital role in helping each parent design the curriculum for their students. They are also available throughout the year to help each family make changes or modifications at any point.

In addition to the consultations, each family who enrolls in our Teacher Review Program receives the following services:

For additional information on Continuing Education or Strategies for Teaching Children at Home see the following videos:





For information on our Tuition and Fees, please see the Enrollment - Pricing Breakdown page for more information. (Please Note: Books are purchased separately. Enrolled families receive free online versions of our syllabi as part of enrollment and can also purchase hard copies at a discount from our office.) For information on how to enroll in our Program, please see the Enrollment – Home page. Also, you can check out the FAQ's page.

“The MODG curriculum, the academic counseling and feedback in partnership with our home environment have given our children the tools they needed to face the challenge of both higher education as well as transitioning into another high school setting. I would like to comment that the majority of my children are of reasonable intelligence and have been easy to teach. They thrived on the curriculum and have shown great progress with their reading and logic skills. I have two that have a motor planning disorder, one more severe than the other, requiring outside speech and occupational therapy. It is with these two that I have found the most benefit of the educational material recommended by MODG. Their learning disabilities have truly caused me to examine more closely the whys and hows of the MODG program and how effective the material recommended is for a learning disabled child. I, as a homeschooling parent, now feel well prepared to face the challenges of educating a student who cannot learn the traditional way.”

Virginia H
homeschooling mother of six, enrolled since 1999