How It Works

Notgrass History helps parents like you succeed at homeschooling by providing curriculum that helps students enjoy learning and helps parents feel confident teaching. Watch our one-minute video for a quick introduction:


Notgrass History curriculum uses narrative lessons, primary source documents, historical novels and biographies, and hands-on activities to create engaging learning experiences for homeschooling families like yours.

All of our courses have a Curriculum Package that includes all of the instructions, lessons, and project assignments you need. You don't need a Teacher's Manual or lesson plan. Everything is laid out so you know what to do each day.

For each course, we also have optional review and test material. For our middle school courses, we offer either the Student Workbook or Lesson Review. For our high school courses, we offer a Student Review Pack.

Then you also have the option to purchase a Literature Package.

These links provide detailed information about how our curriculum works. You can watch videos, browse sample pages, and see how the curriculum components fit together.

High School

Our curriculum is easy for parents, requiring little planning or preparation. Our curriculum is rewarding for students, helping them learn to analyze the present by understanding the past.

"My 9th grade daughter is taking your World History course and, I have to tell you, this is the most enjoyable school year she has ever had!" (Georgia)

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Middle School

Our middle school courses provide a rich, interactive experience for children with a variety of learning styles. Each curriculum includes complete daily instructions for how to use the course.

"I can say that for the first time in my homeschooling career I have found curriculum that has exceeded my expectations and a curriculum that my kids love." (Pennsylvania)

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Other Resources

In addition to our courses designed specifically for high school and middle school students, we offer a variety of art resources, unit studies, historical DVDs, and a record-keeping book for all ages.

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