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Catholic Online School Launch

October 12, 2017 6 Comments

Catholic Online School Launch

After over 2 years of planning and development, Catholic Online School is now launched.

We want to thank each and everyone of you for all of your support. We are excited to announce that we have over 10,000 students and teachers who have signed up so far. We look forward to the next 10,000!

Our first video class on Grade 2 - Sacraments - Reconciliation will be available next week. There are 8 video lesson in this class. Along with Student Study Guides and Teacher Lesson Plans. And this is all FREE for Anyone, Anywhere.

Our next video class is Grade 2 - Sacraments - Confession. A 10 video lesson class.  We will be adding more videos every week, so keep coming back often!

Visit our Free  Learning Resource for Students and our Teaching Resources.

Also visit our Video Channel and watch our collection of over 1500 videos of Saints, Prayers, Daily Readings, News, and more. We now have over 1,000 videos in production at our California Studio. Stay tuned!

Don't forget to tell everyone about our Free Catholic Online School, share us with your Family, Friends, and Neighbors in all parishes worldwide.


6 Responses

BRIDGET SECKER
BRIDGET SECKER

February 07, 2018

Is this online school only for religion classes, or for other subjects as well? I noticed on the site that teachers can be paid and students can pay for courses. Does this mean only the religion classes are free? Thank you for your time.

Frank
Frank

December 20, 2017

Why are all your lesson plans just for the second grade? What happen to the remaining grades.

Chinelo
Chinelo

December 04, 2017

Interesting and innovative. Useful resources that meets today’s children needs in learning catechism. Thank you.

Diana
Diana

November 01, 2017

To Whom it may concern:

Is it only for children? Can adults be students too? Do adult’s who have completed a standard education still qualify, if they’re interested in seeking a specifically Catholic re-education? How would one know where they should start from? Are there person’s, or place’s, to seek further information, or to ask more specifically –and personally, relevant questions, such as these?

Thank you, Diana M.
thomas kikechi
thomas kikechi

October 23, 2017

thanks God bless the online Catholic team

Michael
Michael

October 13, 2017

Thank you and God Bless Catholic Online School.

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