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CSH – Becoming a Non-Profit Organization!

January 20, 2012 | Posted by Michael Morrison

Catholic Schoolhouse (CSH) is in the process of becoming a formal non-profit organization. We strive to help “raise the bar” for homeschooling families by providing valuable peer interactions, academics, and enrichment for our homeschooled students. This is exciting news as […]

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Performance Tips

January 4, 2012 | Posted by Michael Morrison

Guiding children in any performance is quite a challenge! First, you have to find an appropriate play with roles that match the size of the group. We have found a lovely, older collection of plays at the library called Children’s […]

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Classically Inspired Homeschool Community

January 4, 2012 | Posted by Michael Morrison

Catholic Schoolhouse considers itself a “classically inspired homeschool community.” What does this mean? By “classically inspired,” we mean that we are divided into three basic stages of learning based on the grammar, dialectic and rhetoric frames of classical education. Within […]

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Art Gallery

January 3, 2012 | Posted by Michael Morrison

Our classes have ended for the summer, but our last art class was one of my favorites! Instead of a typical project, the children were guided to a “gallery” of famous art that they have studied throughout the year. Not […]

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Catholic Schoolhouse’s Music

March 29, 2011 | Posted by Michael Morrison

Music Our music program consists of three elements: chorus, music appreciation, and music theory. Our middleschoolers have started band as part of their morning.Because we believe music enriches everyone’s lives we start each day with a short chorus period. It […]

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