At Calvert, we believe strongly that each parent is capable of teaching their child through homeschooling. But life will change when you become a homeschool parent.
As a homeschooler, you will take on the duties and responsibilities of both a teacher and education administrator. You will need to implement lessons, organize field trips, coordinate activities with other parents, and make sure you are compliant with state and local homeschool requirements.
When helping parents decide if homeschooling is the right choice for their family, we suggest they identify people who can be part of their support network. However, sometimes a local or regional support group is not enough. First-time homeschooling parents often need additional help with teaching to ensure their lessons are going well.
This is why we created our Advisory Teaching Service program (ATS).
At Calvert, we want to help you become your child’s best possible teacher. The Advisory Teaching Services program is just another way to make that easier.
This is our first year with Calvert High School… So we are learning the system with the help of the teachers, everything is going well. You guys have a great support team.— JR Singleton, Calvert High School Family