Nautilus Homeschool

A customizable K-12 curriculum based on great books

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How It Works

  • 1

    A complete curriculum

    Start with our standard month-by-month curriculum for grades K-12.

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    Customize for your family

    Add, remove or reschedule components on the go to match your family's needs.

  • 3

    Automated recordkeeping

    Export a complete historical record of the books and activities completed by each child.

Our approach to homeschooling

We believe that education should encourage each student's unique strengths, while providing a solid academic foundation for the achievement of life goals.

Our curriculum combines a strong base in verbal and math skills with plenty of room for children to explore their own projects and interests.

At the heart of the curriculum are great books: living works of literature, science and history both classic and modern.

FAQs

Does the curriculum have any religious or political orientation?

Our curriculum is secular and free from any religious or political agenda. We encourage parents to share their own views with their children and provide any desired religious instruction, alongside the subjects taught in our curriculum.

Does the curriculum produce its own books or learning materials?

The curriculum is compiled from carefully selected external materials. This allows the student to benefit from the world's best educational sources in each subject, and it creates space for the inclusion of great books on a wide variety of topics.

How does pricing work?

Our curriculum for kindergarten is completely free. For other grades, the cost is $35 - $49 monthly for your whole family.

Financial need-based scholarships are available. Please contact us for more information.

Do I need to purchase books?

We recommend purchasing course textbooks for writing, math, art, history and science (second-hand is fine). Other than these, you should be able to procure most of the core and optional books from your local library.

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