Virtual Options

Experience Catholic Schoolhouse Remote Access - Now for at-home Users!

HOMESCHOOLING CREATED BY Homeschoolers for homeschoolers

Are you curious about providing a classical education?

Wondering how to start homeschooling?

Wishing to create an authentically Catholic homeschool?

Catholic Schoolhouse focuses on family unity.

 Our community options give your family a place to belong.


Catholic Schoolhouse Remote Access can give you the resources and confidence to succeed and thrive.

Classical. Accessible. Flexible.

Catholic Schoolhouse is a supplemental program designed to enhance and add accountability to any homeschool style. Catholic Schoolhouse Chapters include weekly classes of sequentially rotating topics over a three-year cycle. 

Sometimes an in-person chapter is not an option for your family. Catholic Schoolhouse Remote Access was created to give families just like yours a choice.

We offer this great option:

Remote Access

Join and have access to everything chapter members access in Basecamp, from the convenience of your home.


  • Unlimited access to the Catholic Schoolhouse sharing and exchange site, Basecamp
  • Curriculum planning, sharing and help–while you stay in control
  • Flexibility to set your own calendar
  • Free printable resources–everything supplemental in the Catholic Schoolhouse webstore included in your membership
  • Member created resources–share and enjoy the vast selection of resources members just like you have made for their families


  • Sharing and conversation with 1000+ Catholic Schoolhouse members–all using the same Tour together
  • Personal sharing and support on your virtual educator team
  • Join other intentional members planning their homeschool approaches including those who combine CSH with other programs like Charlotte Mason, Mother Divine Grace, and Seton.
  • Life-long friendships with other engaged CSH members–parents and kids


  • Affordable pricing
  • $250 membership fee

We need well-educated Catholics, but we also need in them a burning desire and ability to use that education for God. We need students who will impact the world – not by our plan – but by living God’s plan for them! That leads me to the significance of our endeavor. I believe with my whole heart that the significance of homeschooling, and secondarily classically homeschooling, is that we create a place where our children can grow and learn – being taught by parents from a place of rest.

Kathy Rabideau, Catholic Schoolhouse Co-founder and Executive Director

“I love Catholic Schoolhouse because it lets me homeschool MY way!”

– Rebecca, Pennsylvania

Catholic Schoolhouse

Catholic Schoolhouse was founded in 2007 to enhance education in the grammar stage by providing classical memory work for the Catholic homeschool. Upper Level and pre-grammar programming now complete our classical program. Going beyond simple memory work, the developers enlisted experts in all areas of study and a wide variety of resources, Catholic and secular, homeschool and non-homeschool to determine what information is typically encountered during the elementary school years (K-8). 

Individual families, chapters and co-ops are able to succeed, bring family unity to teaching, and belong to a greater Catholic community with Catholic Schoolhouse.

Catholic Schoolhouse is loyal to the magisterium of the Roman Catholic Church.

Homeschool Success through a Classical Approach


... Catholic Schoolhouse covers a lot of subject matter [Memory Work Audio CDs, History Cards, Science, Fine Arts, Math, Language Arts, Geography, and Foreign Language] even though it isn’t your entire curriculum. The Catholic Schoolhouse site has links to a blog with additional activity suggestions that should be very helpful. Their “Now What Do I Do? page” has suggestions for those working on their own. A “Local Chapters” tab lists active Catholic Schoolhouse chapters in which you can enroll. There’s lots of help and support from those already using Catholic Schoolhouse. I expect Catholic Schoolhouse will continue to sprout new chapters as more Catholic homeschoolers discover they have a Catholic option for this type of education.