Choosing to homeschool gives you the freedom to create an exciting education with your child, and we understand that the option of crafting a personal learning experience can be both exciting and overwhelming. We’ve supported homeschooling families since 1975, and tens of thousands from around the world have successfully used Oak Meadow’s curriculum.
Homeschooling with the Oak Meadow curriculum ensures that you are providing your child with a well-rounded and academically complete education that also promotes the balanced development of your child. When you purchase our curriculum materials, you receive everything you need to homeschool your child for an entire school year. Each course includes 36 weekly lesson plans across all subject areas, including a variety of assignments, activities, readings, a teacher manual, and any supplementary materials required for that course. You may also choose to order only the elements you are interested in.
Homeschooling parents often tell us that they love the freedom and flexibility the Oak Meadow curriculum provides. While you can use it on its own as a complete curriculum for your child’s education, many families use our materials as an academic foundation that they supplement with travel, personal projects, and local resources. The possibilities are unlimited.
- Grade overviews and curriculum sample lessons
- Oak Meadow homeschool support service
- Oak Meadow Bookstore
- View complete K-8 Price Sheet or High School Price Sheet
- Oak Meadow’s online curriculum option for kindergarten to grade 8 in no longer available. Digital delivery of a revised version of our K-8 curriculum is under construction (current users have access to complete their program: log in here).
- Are you in charge of your learning? Take the Oak Meadow Autonomy Scale to see where you stand.
Good to Know
Homeschooling is legal in every state and has gained widespread support in many areas. However, it is important to check with your state and local Department of Education on a regular basis, since regulations can and do change. Local homeschooling support networks are also valuable resources for learning how to navigate the requirements of your state, and we encourage you to get in touch with other homeschooling families. If you encounter difficulties with local regulations, you may want to consider enrolling in our distance learning school—learning still takes place with you at home, yet working with an Oak Meadow teacher enables us to grant universally accepted credit.