Have you given a lot of thought to your high schooler's religious education curriculum? You should, since high school is your last real chance to instill a solid sense of faith and knowledge into your child before they head out into the "real" world - whether it be to the world of college or the work world.
You want your child to have a solid faith foundation so that they can defend their faith and feel comfortable following their faith despite what the general population might be telling them or persuading them to do.
If you aren't with a curriculum provider, who will already have a religious ed program for you to use, then you might be wondering which direction to go for the four years of high school.
I found what I feel to be a very good, very rigorous study of our Catholic faith.
The Didache series of religion books offer a very thorough
covering of our Catholic faith. The book pictured here is one in a
series of four books. The other three are:
Each of these books is easy to understand yet provides a challenge for students, with weekly tests (both multiple choice and essay) as well as projects that can be done with each chapter.
You can also purchase a teacher's manual and student workbook for each of the books in this series. The teacher's manual has answers to all of the chapter questions as well as the chapter tests and answers.
We have not bought "The History of the Church" series. Instead, during that year, I have my student study Apologetics using a variety of sources we have accumulated over the years, such as books, audio tapes and pamphlets.
I have used the other three books, however, with all of my high schoolers (five so far!) and have found them to be a great resource and definitely worth the investment.