Catholic Schoolhouse

Homeschool Success through a Classical Approach

Blog Contributors

The Catholic Schoolhouse Blog has more voices now! Please help me welcome our newest blog contributors!

(Catholic × (One wife + Seven kids) ÷ (Full time software engineer – hobby board gamer))^Coffee = Self proclaimed Adequate Dad [citation needed]

Or in English:

Jeremy lives on an acreage in Nebraska with his lovely wife Kati and their 7 children. He enjoys hobby board games, fantasy football, and woodworking. By day, he is a mild mannered software engineer, but at night he transforms into something else. No mess is too big, no meal too yucky, no child too incorrigible for this hero! The stories shall be read! The board games shall be played! The prayers shall be said! Bedtime shall be conquered! He is Adequate Dad!

Mary Donellan is a CSH tutor and Catholic lifestyle blogger living in beautiful Alabama. Homeschooled “all the way” and having always considered motherhood her dream career, she looks forward to the wonderful privilege of homeschooling her future kids one day, God-willing! (In the meantime, Mary finds tutoring at CSH to be great preparation.) You can find her at her blog, as well as at Seton Magazine.

Betsy Perryman

Info coming soon!

Carrie Husse

Info coming soon!

Kristen Rabideau

Hi! I’m Kristen Rabideau, homeschooling mom of 3.  I have used Catholic Schoolhouse at home for the past three years.  My Mother-in-law, Kathy, is the owner and creator of Catholic Schoolhouse, and I’m very involved in the Catholic Schoolhouse organization.  I written the CSH Blog for the past 4 years, make printable Catholic Schoolhouse resources, like the copywork (handwriting sheets of the memory work), present/train at our conferences, represent CSH at IHM Catholic Homeschool Conferences and do a bit of odds and ends for CSH in general.

I also have a blog on my own, Drawn2BCreative, where I share coloring pages, crafts and printable activities to help little ones grow in faith in a fun way.  I love coffee, cookies, cooking and just being silly with my kids. I’m also really looking forward to our first year in the Cullman, AL Chapter!