Atheist Homeschooling


Atheist Homeschooling

A place for parents to share curriculum, teaching ideas, and experiences.

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Latest Activity: Oct 15, 2016

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atheist in a religious area

Started by K. Last reply by Elizabeth Porter Mar 9, 2013. 9 Replies

Who is homeschooling?

Started by Sarah. Last reply by Shane Starr Dec 7, 2012. 29 Replies

Secular Curriculum

Started by Kerry Logan. Last reply by Kerry Logan Jan 19, 2012. 4 Replies

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Comment by Rudy V Kiist on January 11, 2011 at 5:12pm

Don't you get funding in the states, June? Here in Alberta, Canada we get just over $700 per child in reimbursement on any school related expenses. Doesn't matter if you do "unschooling" or the credit route.


Anyway, we did both our boys from day one as well. They're both basically finished...our 18 year old is just doing some upgrading since he's still eligible for the aforementioned funding  (as well as working part-time) and our 19 year old got on with a small drafting firm, taking the required education as he works and is loving it!   

Comment by Dawn K on January 11, 2011 at 7:34am

Hi Karen! I'm an atheist homeschooler :) We've been homeschooling since Sept. and I'm with you, I just love it!


My son would flip over your avatar. He's obsessed with Calvin & Hobbes at the moment.

Comment by Karen Loethen on January 11, 2011 at 1:13am

Sending you all warm GREETINGS from a St. Louis homeschooler.

I have two children that I homeschool.

It's PRETTY Christian here, but I have found a wonderful group of secular homeschoolers that have made our lives fun!

Are there any other atheist homeschoolers on this board???

We have been homeschooling for about eight years and we love it!


Comment by Grace Fitzpatrick on September 19, 2010 at 11:34am
I totally agree. Public school kill a child love of learning. It is difficult to find a secular homeschooling group. I almost joined a homeschooling group that claimed to be secular, but it met in a church and had many activities which revolved around the church. I might have been semi okay with a normal church, but this was penecostal. *rolleyes* Yuck!
Comment by Dawn K on January 19, 2010 at 11:33am
I don't want to spam, but I though there might be some interest in an article I posted over at PLH. Some nice book resources for teaching kids about Haiti.
Comment by Greg B. on June 23, 2009 at 7:07pm
Maybe I'm jumping the gun by joining here. I don't even have children. But if I did, I can't see going any other way.

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