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Friday, April 1, 2016

Finishing Up the School Year and Filling in the Blanks


We recently received a request from a homeschool mom asking us to offer short 4- to 6-week recorded courses. She was looking for a way to help her fill in some homeschooling holes between April and June. The good news is that we were able to help immediately as we already have a great slate of such short courses.

Here is a list of 4-week and 6-week courses currently available through our Unlimited Access program (recorded courses):

  • Christian Architecture through the Ages 
  • Introduction to Catholic Social Teaching
  • American Elections: Democracy in Action
  • Foundations of Christian Historiography
  • The Great Depression: 1929-1941
  • Understanding the Second Vatican Council
  • Church History: Trinitarian 
  • How to Be an Excellent Student
  • Job Search Skills
  • Personal Finance
  • Introduction to Literature: Why & How to Study Literature
  • Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain
  • How to Study Great Literature
  • The Hobbit: There and Back Again
  • Lord of the Rings
  • Tolkien and Fairy Stories
  • Screwtape Letters by C. S. Lewis
  • The Man Who was Thursday by G. K. Chesterton
  • Chesterton: Man of Letters
  • The Iliad by Homer
  • Beowulf and Christ
  • The Merchant of Venice
  • Romeo and Juliet
  • Hamlet
  • King Lear
  • Sir Gawain and the Green Knight
  • Sophocles and Tragedy
  • Death Comes for the Archbishop
  • Redemptive Comedy of Flannery O'Connor
  • Introduction to Trigonometry
  • Fallacies and Paradoxes
  • Health, Fitness, and Wellness
  • Leadership and Interpersonal Communication
  • ACT/SAT Test Prep Series
  • Catholic Spiritual Writers
  • The Trinity Explained
  • The Mass Explained
  • Mastering MS Word I
  • Punctuation & Grammar
  • Excellent Sentences and Paragraphs
  • Excellent Paragraphs and Essays
  • Fiction Writing Series (Creative Writing)

These are great courses to take in the summer as well if you want to keep learning alive between the spring and fall semesters without too big of a commitment.

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