Because homeschooling is as unique as your family, we tailor it to you!
KOTY homeschool programs are custom-tailored to fit your family’s needs and the student’s specific learning style. Our educational team works closely with our families to help create a customized approach that is attainable, maintainable, and affordable structure that will last the whole school year ahead and beyond.
Our State Certified Teachers, Educational Therapists, and/or Learning Specialists are incorporated by leading, managing, and developing the daily curriculum and learning. Each program is custom-tailored to your child’s and your family’s specific needs.
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Overview of Our Homeschool Programs:
- Live Online learning One-on-One supports either customized curriculum or Online programs.
- Management Program Support for working parents by managing the program and daily homeschool demands.
- Part-Time In-person Instruction Group for One-on-One or Community Group Learning (Known as PODs).
- Develop a specialized curriculum with modifications if needed for your student.
- Help select the right homeschool program for your student that compliments your child’s learning style, works with your budget, and meets state requirements.
- Execute the entire homeschool program alongside the student.
- Facilitate learning support for specific areas of struggle.
- Provide additional support to the homeschool curriculum for students with learning disabilities, including remediation or executive functioning training.
- Provides traditional tutoring to support learning gaps.
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Did you know?
Is it “Home school” or “homeschool” or “home-school”?
Home school is on its way to becoming a compound (a union of two or more words), but it is still only rarely spelled as a single, unhyphenated word. For now, when home school functions as a noun, it is still two words without a hyphen. When it functions as a verb, it usually takes a hyphen—e.g., I home-school my children; my children are home-schooled.
When did homeschooling start in the United States?
Homeschooling has been practiced since the 17th century—and perhaps even earlier—when Europeans began colonizing and settling in North America. Due to the lack of educational infrastructure at that time, most parents who wanted their children to be literate had to assume the teaching role themselves.
When was homeschooling illegal in the US?
According to the Homeschool Legal Defense Association, home education was illegal in most states as recently as the early 1980’s.
KOTY Homeschool Tutoring Programs
Whether your child needs to master core foundational skills or learn complex advanced concepts, our educators provide supplemental support that leads to more significant learning. You’ll see how our approach translates to school and all areas of life.
Our Homeschool Tutoring programs fit your child’s unique needs:
- KOTY Rapport-Building Method, well-trained tutor, and Social Emotional Learning program, children learn from the best and from an educator that genuinely cares for them.
- Evaluate your child’s strengths and opportunities for growth to meet them exactly where they are so we know where to start academically.
- Create customized lessons that are based on their personal interest combined with your child’s learning skill level and pace, so your child feels engaged and motivated – never frustrated, rushed or bored.
- Balancing tailored instruction with independent practice, so every session advances your child’s skills while also being fun. (Yes, fun!)
- Passionate educators foster your child’s love of learning, so concepts click and comprehension soars, developing them into all-around successful learners.
- Tutors collaborate with you to ensure progress and goals are made in core areas.
With a team of certified teachers that has experience in the world of education, we’ve learned a thing or two about kids and families!
Personalized learning for grades PreK-12 results in 3x faster math, reading, and writing growth.
Your child will:
- Receive supplemental support to keep the learning going
- Receive support to grasp foundational concepts and begin to develop a more positive outlook
- Grow more self-driven and motivated
- Develop and master the right skills for school and beyond