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Overwhelmed by the huge quantity of curriculum available and not sure where to start? Find out what you should consider when choosing the best homeschool curriculum for your family, then find out what other homeschoolers think of various products using the dropdown lists above.

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"Terrible customer service. Automatically charge it to you then no refunds. I cancelled the day I got notice of the charge. 1 day after charged and no refund. It’s very hard to find where to cancel also. Jump through hoops first..."
"It's overall a great program for me, I love how it lets you do up to three grades at one time, and in just a year, I've accelerated by three grades. I like each subject, except for English, due to the animations not being so funny. On a scale of one .."
IXL Review by Nicole
"IXL is interactive and keeps a kid's attention. The points system can be a great thing or a terrible thing. My youngest child loves getting points and that motivates him. My oldest child also loves getting points, and he enjoys the congratulations IX.."
Time4Learning Review by Yolanda E. Cato
"I ABSOLUTELY LOVE Time for Learning and would HIGHLY recommend this program to ANY Homeschool parent that has a child as bright as mine!! I do have just one question, do you offer standardized tests equivalent to State standards like North Carolina f.."
ABCmouse Review by Jessica Ako
"My time of using ABCMouse was a little disappointing but not because of the games or anything that I disliked, but because I thought my kids were going to go straight to Abcmouse before other things! That doesn’t mean Abcmouse isn’t great but I w.."
"My son enrolled in 12th grade. Coming from an IB school, he was used to writing essays and organising his own time to study. Keystone is a great support for anyone working alone trying to make it through highschool. Teachers are only one email away. .."
ALEKS Review by J. Askin
"I have read these reviews and can relate to all the bad reviews. It is a beat down. I have a full course load and I spend majority of time on Aleks. All the complaints on here are legitimate. I just had a couple marked wrong that had exact answer th.."
"I love this program. I am using with my child who has Childhood Apraxia of Speech. We started with A in kindergarten and will continue to use this program. It's a gentle but solid approach to learning math. My child has been able to math problems tha.."
"Enrolled our 8th grader. The program is very structured, which we appreciate as our son is preparing for college. We had read some scary reviews before moving from 7th grad k12 into 8th keystone, but after thoroughly reviewing the orientation mater.."
Abeka Academy Review by Janine Benslay
"We have used Abeka for all 8 of our children. Our last two are in 12th grade. Let me clear something up here. People say that their students cannot ask questions. Yes they can. There are academic people at Abeka that students can call and ask questio.."
ALEKS Review by Jhon
"Absolutely horrible. My child has had the worst of experiences with this website and I would definitely NOT recommend. Not only does it mark questions horribly, but also causes multiple reasons for having NO TIME for my kid to finish their homework!!.."
Calvert Review by Morgan Luka
"My 3 elementary aged kids have used Calvert since K. We started using Calvert Academy this year. I was worried at first because it was a big change from Calvert Homeschool. But, we absolutely love it!! It is so much better for all of us. The informat.."
"Spelling City was my first option for my older kids, but I always struggled to see their progress in building vocabulary. I appreciated the opportunity to add my lists, but I needed something that will not consume my time at all. I realized a huge.."
Time4Learning Review by Andrea K Elzey
"We love it... So easy to navigate and very entertaining to a 2 ND grader... The parent portal, customer service and Facebook page is helpful... I love how all parents work together and share ideas.."
"It's not bad online program but i get sick and tired of the million projects and reports you have to do, and it will send you like 5 reports you have to do, they are all due the same day and they give you like a week in advance to get it done, 7 days.."
"Do not, I repeat, do not send your children to LUOA. There are many horror stories about kids (my own included) coming out of this program. The curriculum is horrendous and does not provide much education at all. Every day of every week should have a.."
Calvert Review by Sherry
"We loved Calvert, until they changed their program. Both of my boys were confused at first when learning the new program, but eventually got it down. It’s nothing like the old program and neither is the schooling itself, it’s completely different.."
"This is our first year of homeschooling and we decided to use Oak Meadow as our main curriculum. I think it is great and we are very satisfied with it so far! It is very organized and easy to use and understand. It tells you what materials you might .."
K¹² Review by Robert Rivera
"It's been 2 months and I've been trying to get withdrawal slips & I've gotten hunged up on just because I expressed how frustrating the situation is! One specific African American lady says "I can't hear you" Then hangs up & continues to do t.."
Abeka Review by Stephen Davies
"This is the most honest review you’ll ever read in your life , We are not Christians but still chose this program in fact we started using it back in the early 2000’s and it helped us put three children into universities and two of them now have.."

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