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Homeschool Diploma.com -466
http://www.homeschooldiploma.com
Edgerton , Wisconsin 53534 
33.79 m.
We provide graduation supplies for small schools of all kinds. We stock quality caps and gowns, sell announcements, provide personalized diplomas, and can foil-stamp your school name on diploma covers.
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Greater Milwaukee Catholic Home Educators -968
http://www.GMCHE.com
Waukesha , Wisconsin 53188 
48.24 m.
"Clelbrate the Faith 2005; Catholic Homeschool Conference and Book Fair" April 15, 6:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m. and April 16, 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. at Archbishop Cousins Center, 3501 South Lake Dr., St. Francis, WI. The keynote speaker, Fr. Pablo Straub, directs missions, retreats and Marian Eucharistic Conferences, besides evangelizing on Mother Angelica’s EWTN and on Mexican Catholic television. The featured speaker, Laura M. Berquist, is founder and director of Mother of Divine Grace School, a home study program currently serving 2400 students. A teens’ and children’s program as well as limited childcare is also available. The exhibition hall features a variety of educational materials in all subject areas plus resources on family life, spirituality and religious gifts. Admission: $35.00/adult, $45.00/couple, $10.00/teen. Children, 12 and under, free. Please call Julie Reuss at 262-968-2438 or visit http://www.GMCHE.com for a complete description of this conference.
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Greater Milwaukee Catholic Home Educators -968
http://www.GMCHE.com
Waukesha , Wisconsin 53188 
48.24 m.
"Celebrate the Faith 2005; Catholic Homeschool Conference and Book Fair" April 15, 6:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m. and April 16, 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. at Archbishop Cousins Center, 3501 South Lake Dr., St. Francis, WI. The keynote speaker, Fr. Pablo Straub, directs missions, retreats and Marian Eucharistic Conferences, besides evangelizing on Mother Angelica’s EWTN and on Mexican Catholic television. The featured speaker, Laura M. Berquist, is founder and director of Mother of Divine Grace School, a home study program currently serving 2400 students. A teens’ and children’s program as well as limited childcare is also available. The exhibition hall features a variety of educational materials in all subject areas plus resources on family life, spirituality and religious gifts. Admission: $35.00/adult, $45.00/couple, $10.00/teen. Children, 12 and under, free. Please call Julie Reuss at 262-968-2438 or visit http://www.GMCHE.com for a complete description of this conference.
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mathick.com -772
http://www.mathick.com
Cary , Illinois 60013 
33.02 m.
Teaching and tutoring all levels of math for homeschoolers.

Online and in person near Cary, Illinois.

Advanced students, struggling students, everywhere in between. I can work with parents and kids together to help everyone make the most of math time!

Patient and respectful of individual learning styles, 20 years experience teaching and tutoring, homeschooling dad.
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Catholic Homeschoolers of Wisconsin Directory (CHOW) 0
http://www.leonefamily.org/chow.htm
Brooklyn , Wisconsin 53521 
41.45 m.
Online directory of Catholic homeschooling support groups throughout Wisconsin. Also includes links to Catholic homeschool curricula and resources.
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Sue Chalifoux -845
Geneva , Illinois 60134 
44.25 m.
We provide a Montessori based cottage school group in Geneva. We dedicated space in my home to create a beautiful environment custom designed for this purpose.

We have walking access to miles of nature trails and wetlands.

Our hands on materials support learners at many different academic levels. We have a capacity of seven students. We have five currently. Students must be above age five.

We allow children to discover their unique gifts and interests then follow these interests to help each student reach his or her individual best. When we see a child's eyes light up with possibility, we have succeeded.

We hope every child will fall in love with learning. It has been our experience that once a child discovers his or her inner motivation and the inherent fun in learning, they become hungry to learn about things they may not have been open to previously. Instead of having students study for a particular test or hastily write a paper, we hope to foster lifelong learners. Over time our students provide their maximum effort because they have learned to enjoy what they do.

Although this sounds unlikely at first, last year the students chose to read Plato, Aristotle, Socrates and Nietsche.

I have 14 years of teaching experience. I have worked with infants, toddlers, preschool children, kindergarten, early elementary, middle school and college students.

Unfortunately, I do not have experience with high school aged children.

References from parents and students are available upon request.

If this sounds like something you may be looking for, please contact us.
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