Student Projects

Architecture: Flying Buttresses

Working in Unit 5 of the Romans, Reformers, Revolutionaries book, Alex R. decided to explore the way cathedrals like Notre Dame were built, using “flying buttresses” as a new architectural technique. This video shows—on a level we can all understand—just how this was done. 

Art: In the Style of Joseph Turner

While studying Unit 2 of World Empires, World Missions, World Wars, Elizabeth K. decided to do an art project. She painted a seascape in the style of the English painter, Joseph Turner. And, she filmed the process so we could see her artistry at work.

Transportation: "The Wheels of Change"

Sharing what you’ve learned does not have to be a humdrum, boring task. In the History Revealed curriculum, you have lots of options listed, along with anything you dream up.

In this example, Eden C. decided to express what she had studied, also in Unit 2 of World Empires, World Missions, World Wars, concerning the history of transportation. What she created was not only fascinating and informative, but also very tasty!

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Ancient History Curriculum

Beginning with the creation of the world, this curriulum title continues—with a constant focus on Jewish history—all the way to the early Roman Empire; and the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus.



Middle Ages Curriculum

How was the world changed by the resurrection of Jesus and the birth of the Church? In this title, we examine the fast-growing movement of Christianity throughout the known world—and weave it into the history of the 1st through the 18th centuries.


Modern History Curriculum

In the modern era, what part has Christianity played in bringing hope and new life to a suffering world? Though it's not all good news, people inspired by the Spirit of God have given everything to serve others. With this constant reminder of God's loving-kindness, we tackle some of the the most difficult times in world history.

Online Courses with Diana

If your student would enjoy being part of an online class, this year we are offering Romans, Reformers, Revolutionaries, and, also World Empires, World Missions, World Wars. I "teach" through recorded lectures, while a kind, generous teacher handles the live classes.

American History Through Music

Though they seem quite "out of fasion" in our modern culture, these are books with American folk songs and the stories behind them. Learn a bit of American history and experience the joy of America's folk songs. Great fun for singing along!

World History Audio CD's & Mp3's

If you love listening to stories (at a rapid pace!), you'll LOVE these audio recordings. Even if you are using a different curriculum for history, these audio recordings will add so much more depth and WOW-factor!