Our team of highly trained and certified professional educators are the core of parent support at Calvert and are here to help you and your child every step of the way!
Available at no additional cost to all enrolled families, our Education Counselors will answer your questions regarding curriculum and course placement, provide alternative teaching ideas, help you stay on track, and offer general homeschooling guidance and support. You will never feel alone. Calvert’s Education Counselors are here to guide you on your homeschooling journey.
“I was very anxious about homeschooling my child for the first time. After I called and spoke with a Calvert Education Counselor, I felt SO much better! The counselors have given me a lot of advice and support over the years and I’m very grateful for their help.”
– Janelle M
Contact an Education Counselor
Our Education Counselors are available Monday–Friday, 9:00am-5:30pm Eastern, by phone at 1-888-487-4652 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Students enrolled in Calvert’s Advisory Teaching Service are assigned an Advisory Teacher who provides evaluations of your child’s work in all subjects, including detailed feedback on composition, mechanics, and processing skills. Advisory Teaching Service enrollment begins a partnership that will reinforce and support your homeschool journey.
Available for students in Kindergarten-12th Grade, students in grades 4-8 are required to complete a Free Placement Test to be eligible for Advisory Teaching Service enrollment. Upon completion of the placement test, a Placement Counselor will contact you to discuss your child’s test results.
Students in grades 9-12 are required to complete the i-Ready diagnostic assessment. Upon completion, an Academic Coach will discuss the results and help the family select their courses.
My son loves reading the positive and encouraging comments his advisory teacher adds to each of his tests. I love the peace of mind knowing that we have transcripts for each completed grade level and that a teacher has reviewed his work.— Patricia D., Calvert Mom