Hear from families who've gone before
The Butler Family
"It's so amazing to have schooling that is so underpinned with Scripture that you can bring that into everyday life. God has given me the patience I've needed, the strength I've needed, and I feel that as a family we've been blessed making that decision, so I would say to anyone thinking of homeschooling that God will bless you for making that decision, and that you will feel blessed by having your children around you and by seeing them grow up."
Before you start your children on the ACE curriculum, we ask that you complete our TEACH Parent Training PACE. This will be posted to you with the TEACH Handbook when you sign up and will help you learn everything you need to know about home educating with ACE.
When you sign up, we will also explain where your children can take diagnostic testing online for free, which will mean they start at a level specific to their individual abilities.
All done! We will send you a training certificate, and create a diagnostic prescription specific to each child, so you know exactly what materials to order. And you’re on your way!
We are here to help you and your children on your educational journey, so we'll be in touch to answer any questions you may have. Not sure about something? Just ask us by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
We're here to help you get started on your most exciting journey!
In order to start your TEACH membership, there are three simple steps to follow:
- Create an account or sign in to our web shop. This is where you'll place your orders for curriculum.
- Fill out the membership form with your details, we'll automatically create your account for you!
- Start your TEACH membership, either £130 a year or £12 a month.
Still not sure? Fill out the form below to request a TEACH prospectus!
We'll send you some more information about home educating with the A.C.E. programme, supported by The European Academy for Christian Homeschooling.
Don't just take our word for it.
Hear from homeschooling graduates and families.
From the age of three and a half I was home-schooled with the ACE curriculum and followed it right through to the completion of the Advanced Level. I am one of four siblings and I am so thankful the Lord led my parents to home-school us all.
I have seen the Lord make a way through in all I have done since finishing ACE. Since that first day when I started as an hourly carer, getting onto a university course and the great variety of placements which followed, I can testify of the caring hand of the Lord upon me.
I want to encourage all future ACE student graduates: set your mind on Christ and trust the Lord to lead you where He wants you to go for His glory! Nothing is too hard for the Lord and He will look after you as you commit your ways to Him.
ICCE Graduate Mikah | Community Nurse
I graduated with the ICCE Advanced Level in 2010 when I was seventeen, having taken the mathematics bias, and gained entry to Brunel University to study a master’s degree in Electronic and Computer Engineering in September that year. At university, I found the skills and principles I developed as a result of homeschooling extremely relevant, almost advantageous. Principles like goal setting, self-motivation and time-management are all qualities that are firmly set into a homeschooler’s mind
I enjoyed being homeschooled; studying at my own pace fuelled my independence and perseverance, while the home environment promoted spiritual growth and character building. It wasn’t all academic either, being flexible with school times meant music and sports training during the day, which allowed the family to have more time together after Dad got home from work, whether it was just ‘chilling’ or some DIY home improvement with him. This also meant we could get away for holidays and trips during off-peak times, although Mum insisted that we make up for the lost work time!
ICCE Graduate Josh | Systems Engineer
As I reached senior school age, ACE really came into its own. I enjoyed setting my own goals, working at my own pace, and the satisfaction of completing a day’s work. As I progressed from the General to Intermediate and later Advanced certificates, I became increasingly aware how blessed I was to have the freedom to choose my electives (and later, my bias). This meant that when I came to apply for university, I was able to confidently explain why I had chosen these subjects.
ACE has provided me with some incredible opportunities over the years, from European Student Convention to a trip to China with some fellow graduates. Getting into university was challenging, but my hard work has paid off – I’ve recently been awarded an Academic Excellence Scholarship from Henley Business School (part of the University of Reading). As I look forward to leaving for university in a few days, I feel I have only just begun to realise the ways in which ACE has positively impacted my life.
ICCE Graduate Esther | University Student
One blessing that money cannot buy is the bond that home schooling brings within a family. I appreciate the wonderful times I spend with my parents, the many chats/discussions that I have with my mother, the fun I have with my sister during break times and the calm atmosphere that I can study in. Most importantly, I value the devotions that we have in the mornings and the opportunity to spend quality time with God.Most importantly, I value the devotions that we have in the mornings and the opportunity to spend quality time with God.
ICCE Graduate Caroline | University Student