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  • Welcome

    Online attendance tracker, calendar & grading application for homeschool parents. We are here to simplify your homeschool record keeping.
    Also offered is a student portal, a grocery shopping list, categorized by aisle to help make those trips a little easier.
    See the video tutorial on how to use this website
  • Membership

    Membership to this site is free for the first month and $25 per year after that. Register here.
    If you are already a member log in.
  • Calendar

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    Check out the STUDENT PORTAL!
    Pages currently available in the student portal include:
    ■ a wish list page;
    ■ An allowance account;
    ■ The grades page;
    ■ A To-Do page.
    please sign your students up and check it out so far. Send us feedback and suggestions, we would love to hear from you. Go to the'STUDENTS' page to set each student up.


  • Homeschool Attendance, Scheduler and Gradekeeper


    or View instructions for using this
    site in PDF format


    Scheduler

    • Drag and drop subject onto calendar
    • Add assignment details
    • Make recurring events
    • Color coded subjects, easy to read
    • Monthly, weekly or daily views
    Homeschool Calendar/Scheduler

     

    Grade Keeper

    • Easy to use
    • Assign a portion of grade to tests, worksheets, projects, etc. for each subject
    • Add assignments
    • Transfer assignments automatically to the calendar
    • Print or view total grade per subject
    • Print or view grade detail by subject (each assignment)

    Homeschool Records - gradekeeper

    Try it out now!




    "It is hard not to feel that there must be something very wrong with much of what we do in school if we feel the need to worry so much about what many people call 'motivation'. A child has no stronger desire than to make sense of the world to move freely in it to do the things that he sees bigger people doing."   John Holt