Homeschool is possible. There are lots of resources out there. Here are my search keywords:
- homeschool curriculum
- catholic homeschool curriculum
- classical homeschool curriculum
I am no expert on this but I want to share with other parents what I have learned so far.
I have found that offers fall into one of two categories:
Curriculum only. They sell you the curriculum, lesson plans and the material, and that's it. This is a great option because they are made easy to follow and are affordable. They are not schools so there's no way they can be accredited to the best of my knowledge. I have learned that in high school the student can take CLEP tests to earn college credits so the transition to college is possible.
Online school. They also offer online lessons with different degrees of flexibility and support. They also keep your child records and have accreditation from some association which makes the transition to a college with less friction.
Here is the list I compiled of curricula and online schools I explored. They are presented in no special order. They all look good to me; it's just that there's always this little thing that make you prefer one over the other, and it is completely a matter of personal taste.