We are seriously considering homeschooling our kids now. My 4 y.o. is in pre-K, so that won't be a huge change, but my 9 y.o. son is in catholic school, so would be a big change. We don't feel that they are challenging him accademically and observing him in class, he seems to be bored stiff. His teacher will give them the work to do, he will knock it out in about 5 minutes and go on to reading or something else, and 15 to 20 minutes later, the teacher goes on to something else. Part of the time he's so wrapped up in the book that he doesn't know they started on something else. Not a chance I'll put him into public school to be indoctrinated in the MD way. That said, we are exploring the various curriculum choices. Since this would be our first year, we are planning on sticking to one of the "boxed set" curriculums. We just feel that it would be easier to get into the swing of homeschool and then decide if we want to do the free form type of thing. So any curriculum recommendations? Anything that we should avoid? We will keep them in evening bible study, so any of the curriculum doesn't need to include bible study, but having it won't affect our decision.