Here at Homeschool Curriculum Reviews, we’ve been in your shoes – starting off our homeschool journey with the best of intentions but not a whole lot of money. Trying to figure what material to buy was always tough because you couldn’t just walk to a bookstore to flip through sample copies.

We created this website to offer families objective information on educational products they want to use in their homeschool. We know how important it is to compare what publishers say about their products to what everyday homeschool parents have to say. We want you to know the good – the bad – and the meh about the homeschool curriculum you use.

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Meet Our Reviewers

  • Miriam Snare has been homeschooling her two kids for last 7 years. She has a bachelor’s degree in aerospace engineering and a master’s degree in curriculum and instruction. For over a decade, she’s taught in public and private middle and high school classrooms – everything from pre-algebra up to AP Calculus. Check out Miriam’s offerings on outschool.com/teachers/Miriam-Snare.

  • Catharine Alvarez is an experienced private homeschooler. She independently homeschooled her two children for ten years, starting when they were in grade school and all the way through high school. Both of her children are now adults with bachelor’s degrees. Catharine has a PhD in Applied Mathematics from the University of California at Berkeley, is an experienced math teacher and tutor, and has worked with students of all ages and levels. She is also the founder and director of Rivendell Academy of Fremont, a private satellite program for homeschoolers in California. Visit Catharine’s website at www.rivendellacademyfremont.net and her blogs at microscopesareprudent.wordpress.com.

  • Sarah Butler found her passion for writing during her undergraduate years at the University of Detroit, where she graduated with a B. A. in English while also tutoring in English, philosophy, math, biology, and chemistry. She went on to become a licensed Physician Assistant, focusing on family practice and adolescent medicine. Her career eventually turned to homeschooling her own children. Now that her kids are grown, she coaches and tutors students in writing.