Our Homeschool Curricula
Heart of Dakota publishes Christ-centered homeschool curricula that is easy to use, flexible, educational and can also be used with multiple ages at the same time. Our desire is to help homeschool teachers have a successful experience from the very beginning, while keeping God's Word at the heart of their children's academic training.
Hearts for Him Through High School
Hearts for Him Through High School:Ages 13-15
extending to grades 10-12
Hearts for Him Through High School: Ages 14-16
extending to grades 11-12
Coming in 2014 ...
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About the Author
Carrie Austin holds a Bachelor's Degree in Elementary Education with a middle school endorsement. She received her Master's Degree in Educational Leadership. Carrie has 20+ years of teaching experience, with the first 11 years spent as a classroom teacher and the last 12 years spent homeschooling her own children. She is the author of each of the programs listed above. Carrie and her husband, Mike, are the parents of Cole, Shaw, Greyson, and Beau whom they currently teach at home.
"Carrie makes schooling so easy for me." Sara S., Dallas, TX - more ...
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What makes our program different?
"Training children's hearts and minds, one child at a time"
For the Lord does not see as man sees; for man looks at the outward appearance, but the Lord looks at the heart. 1 Samuel 16:7
Find out more about our educational philosophy.
Steps for Choosing the Correct Program:
Consider the ages of your children and
think about whether you'd like to combine them within a program or keep them separate.
Note the program where each student seems to fit best, giving more weight to the areas of age, reading, writing, and math.
See which areas of history and science study might best suit your family's needs, keeping in mind your student(s) ages and skill level.
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