Christian Homeschool Curriculums: Top 10 Most Popular

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We used keyword research software to find out for you! Here are the top 10 most popular Christian homeschool curriculum publishers in order based on online search results. The top-searched company is listed at No. 1. *based on July 2021 data

#1 The Good and the Beautiful

We were honored to learn that The Good and the Beautiful is the most-searched Christian homeschool curriculum company in the world! Our primary goal is to support homeschooling families, so this news makes us happy! Jenny Phillips started The Good and the Beautiful to make homeschooling easier, and this is why our courses are:

  • open-and-go;
  • academically strong;
  • very inexpensive or free; and
  • packed with beauty, nature, art, and high character.

Learn more about The Good and the Beautiful
The Good and the Beautiful: Official Website
The Good and the Beautiful Book List
Get Started with The Good and the Beautiful
The Good and the Beautiful on YouTube

#2 Abeka

Abeka has been around since 1972. This company is definitely a leader in the homeschool industry. It offers faith-based materials with a lot of resources and support. Abeka also provides accredited classes and the well-known online Abeka Academy. 

Learn more about Abeka
Abeka.com: Official Website

#3 Bob Jones University (BJU Press)

BJU Press began as a one-room operation in the 1970s, offering a single science textbook. Today this highly ranked Christian homeschool curriculum provider offers complete learning options for all grades. We also love the books from BJU Press, many of which are on The Good and the Beautiful Book List.

Learn more about BJU Press
BJUpress.com: Official Website

#4 Classical Conversations

Since 1997, Classical Conversations curriculum has been taught mainly by trained parent-tutors during a local community day each week. This style of Christian homeschool is popular with parents who want a strong Biblical foundation and classical approach to education but also prefer a structured community learning model. 

Learn more about Classical Conversations
ClassicalConversations.com: Official Website

#5 Alpha Omega Publications

Alpha Omega offers multiple learning options: independent online courses, unit studies, or traditional book-based lessons. To that end, the company has been a leader in the industry, offering new ways of learning to families since its beginning in the late 1970s. 

Learn more about Alpha Omega Publications
AOP.com: Official Website

#6 Master Books

Master Books offers comprehensive homeschool curriculum options for grades K–12. This curriculum company has a strong focus on apologetics and creation, something many Christian families appreciate.

Learn more about Master Books
Masterbooks.com: Official Website
Cathy Duffy Reviews

#7 Answers in Genesis

Answers in Genesis focuses on how science relates to God’s designs and other biblical teachings. This Christian organization offers a Bible curriculum that walks students through the Bible chronologically.

Learn more about Answers in Genesis
AnswersinGenesis.org: Official Website
Cathy Duffy Reviews

#8 Easy Peasy All-in-One

The Easy Peasy All-in-One online homeschool program is completely free. It is also faith-based and available for grades K–12. In addition to core courses, Easy Peasy offers a variety of elective options for students.

Learn more about Easy Peasy
Allinonehomeschool.com: Official Website

#9 Sonlight Curriculum

Since 1990, Sonlight has been offering homeschool curriculum. Today the company is known for its grade-level packages and multiple learning options. Each curriculum package is packed with real-world literature and based on a Christian worldview. 

Learn more about Sonlight
Sonlight.com: Official Website

#10 My Father’s World

My Father’s World offers a faith-based curriculum for all grades and aims to mirror the Greco-Roman classical approach of grammar, logic, and rhetoric. Biblical stories are woven throughout the curriculum, as are living books. 

Learn more about My Father’s World
Mfwbooks.com: Official Website
Cathy Duffy Reviews

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Find the Perfect Fit… for Your Family!

After learning more about these 10 most-searched Christian homeschool curriculum companies, we hope you will take a look at The Good and the Beautiful to learn why it is a top choice for hundreds of thousands of families.

However, we know that some of our products may not work well for everyone. This is why we want to help you find a good fit for your children’s specific needs and truly hope this blog post has been a useful tool in learning more about the many Christian curriculums available.  

We know from experience that it is not easy to run a Christian homeschool curriculum company and applaud everyone in our industry who is working hard to bring excellent resources to families around the world. May each of you be blessed as you continue to raise your children in light and goodness.

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  • Kathleen Schools

    Hey there, I am reaching out to see first if you are Virginia accreditted and second how much this cost ? I have 2 boys ages 8 and 7 … Please contact me at email proved below . Thank you


    • Customer Support

      Welcome, Kathleen! We’re so glad you found us! We do not currently offer accredited curriculum or an accredited program. We are a curriculum company and not a school. We offer curriculum and resources for purchase that customers can then use to teach in their homes without any reporting or enrollment with The Good and the Beautiful. We hope this information helps you to make the best decision for your family!

  • Britney W

    I love how all of these resources are in one spot and ready for new homeschooling parents!

  • Elizabeth

    My child has Asperger’s and right now he is enrolled in abeka. He has had difficulties in some areas of school. Im looking for a Christian base curriculum. Do you offer anything specific to special needs children?

    • Customer Support

      Hi Elizabeth! Our curriculum is not designed specifically for children with learning differences. However, many parents have had success using our programs by making adjustments as needed for their child.

      We understand that not every child will use the suggested level for their age. Because of this, we do not offer grade-specific bundles. By offering items a la carte, it allows you to customize each subject to your child’s needs and abilities. We advise parents to administer our Language Arts and Math Placement Tests before purchasing items as these tests will give you a more detailed look at your child’s needs.

      There is also a Facebook group (not sponsored or monitored by the company) designed specifically for families using our curriculum with their children who have learning differences. You may be able to find some help there.

      Please let us know if you have any further questions, and we will be happy to help.

  • Cece

    Wondering about how this works for children that are half way through the school year? We homeschooled last year with Abeka and want something a little different. Just curious do we start over or go to the next grade? Thank you for any help in this matter

    • Customer Support

      Thank you for your interest, Cece! We have a blog post that discusses this exact topic and gives suggestions for families in your same situation! You can find it here: https://www.goodandbeautiful.com/blog/mid-year/
      If you have any questions that are not addressed on the blog or the accompanying video, we encourage you to email [email protected] for further assistance. They will be happy to help you!

  • Amanda

    Is there a diploma at the end of the program?

    • Customer Support

      Hello Amanda! When students reach high school and if they are seeking a traditional diploma, accreditation can come into play depending on your state requirements. From a recent social media survey of customers, we found that most are not seeking an accredited program and children have good success being admitted to competitive colleges without accreditation. Many high school students begin college or upper-level work when they reach high school rather than completing accredited homeschool programs and/or a traditional diploma.

      Please let us know if you have any further questions and we will be happy to help.