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01-07-2007 08:20 AM Thank you! Will look into these.
01-06-2007 05:35 PM
home school

We used the Calvert School in Baltimore, MD. Great, easy 100% complete down to pencils, tablets and paper. Very easy to work with and a very comprehensive system.

you will not be disappointed. We supplemented with field trips, museum visits, and other things.

01-06-2007 12:47 PM
Jim H One of the write-ups I've seen from the kid's perspective on "boat school" is at the Hacking Family website:

They used the Westbridge Academy:

Overall, the Hacking Family site is pretty cool for a lot of different types of information (especially their early days):

Jim H
01-06-2007 10:21 AM
camaraderie A lot of cruisers have used these folks with success over many years:
01-06-2007 10:12 AM
Home Schooling while Cruising

We are planning a year long cruise with our three children (12, 10 and 4 yr old) and would greatly appreciate information from other cruisers regarding the home schooling process for the different grade levels. Do you purchase a cirriculum or make up your own, and recommendations for non-religious cirriculums to purchase for computer software as well

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