When I was at the Catholic Homeschool Convention, one woman gave me a list of what she considered to be "truly Conservative Catholic Colleges." I don't think she was saying that this was a comprehensive list, it was just colleges she was most familiar with. I realize that every family is unique, but I also thought that someone might really appreciate this list, so they can check it out for themselves. Colleges can look so similar on paper, it's often difficult to determine their true personality without some input from others. I hope this list helps someone!
Lee, Wyoming Catholic College is in a town called Lander (pop. 6000). It really isn't near any metro area. We visited the college in June. Helpful staff. They are in the process of building mens and womens dorms.
I would also add, Ave Maria in Naples, FL.
Are you looking for some ideas for great high school curriculum? If so, I can help you begin to weed through the large amount of resources out there for homeschool families. What a blessing that we have so many choices to choose from!
Gena Suarez, along with her husband, Paul, have homeschooled their seven children since 1990. What started for Gena
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If you have a child in high school and are beginning to look at colleges, you will soon discover there are three different options for applying. The first is the good old fashioned way – applying directly to each college using their college application form. Second is using the Common Application. Third, which is relatively new, is using the Coalition Application.