Latter-day Learning Provides Resources For:
- Preschool–Grade 6 Homeschools
- Grade 7–12 Homeschools
- Co-ops and Academies
For Preschool–Grade 6 Homeschools
The Family School curriculum provides a solution for new or experienced homeschoolers of Pre-K–6th grade age children. It is simple to teach, accessible on all devices, and affordable. It is comprehensive and straightforward for a successful start into the world of homeschooling, but also customizable as a supporting resource for the “veteran” homeschooler. Most importantly, it provides a rich experience in strong academics all in harmony with the revealed principles of the gospel.
Teach Once—Learn Together. The Family Schoolincorporates the enriching and time-saving method of the one-room schoolhouse, allowing parents to teach multiple children of various ages together. Lessons can be taught by parents or older children—younger children can learn from older siblings—all can complete age-specific assignments and activities provided at the end of each lesson.
Comprehensive. Family School is a six-year, asynchronous program—meaning you can go in any order and at any pace. Each “Year” contains 35 beautifully crafted lesson plans in history, literature, science, and geography; and 18 lesson plans in art, and music; and 5 foundations lessons for laying a foundation at the start of each year (180+ total). Math and language arts curriculum recommendations here.
All At Your Fingertips. TheFamilySchoolOnline.org is your portal to this comprehensive resource; however, we also provide a complete array of supportive printed materials. Teacher manuals, flashcards, timeline cards, handout packets, and handwriting practice packets are some of the resources provided on the LDL Store.
Affordable & Accessible. For as little as $29.99/mo., access TheFamilySchoolonline.org on any computing device, from anywhere in the world. Available in over 80 languages! All memberships are automatically converted each March to our “year-round” $19.99/mo price for existing families.
For Grade 7–12 Homeschools
Latter-day Learning provides three options for Homeschoolers in grades 7–12:
- Accredited, Self-paced Courses. Self-paced, accredited courses, including assignments, feedback, and grading are available year round, starting Wednesday, August 24, 2016. Transcript credit is awarded upon course completion.
- Accredited, Online Cohort. Live, interactive webinars begin Tuesday August 23, 2016 and follow the American Heritage school-year calendar. Limited enrollment is available by application only. Transcript credit will be included upon course completion.
- Non-Accredited, Curriculum Only. This curriculum for grades 7–12 can be for homes or co-ops any time, any place, and at any pace, but without AHS transcript credit.
For further information, visit the Grade 7–12 General Information Page.
Our curriculum and courses are:
- Academically Rich. Refined over 46 years by Latter-day Learning’s founding institution, American Heritage School, these courses help educate the hearts and minds of youth through proven content and methodology.
- Gospel-based. Compared with other private and public curriculum options, Latter-day Learning gives students the LDS-oriented, moral education of courses taught in light of the restored gospel of Jesus Christ.
- Character-focused. As students reason true principles from their learning, they develop character and self-discipline of mind and body. They learn to view education as preparation to be useful in the hands of the Lord in building the kingdom of God on earth.
For Co-ops and Academies
Latter-day Learning Co-op and Academy Support Program provides curriculum and training resources to co-ops and independent academies for $150 per month, which includes:
- Access K–12 Family School curriculum for up to ten family accounts (unaccredited)
- Access trainings for co-op/academy leaders regarding co-op/academy leadership and operations
- Access trainings for parents and mentors regarding effective teaching methodology
- Add additional K–12 family licenses for $15 per family, per month
For further information, visit the Co-op and Academy Support Program FAQ Page.
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