And it takes $200-$500 a year to enroll a student in Seton/Kolbe/OLOG depending on the grade level. (and there are usually steep family discounts) Besides a pen and some scratch paper, you don’t need a single other thing to give your kid one of the finest Catholic educations today.
Oh and guess what? Most of the really amazing Catholic correspondence schools recommend working with your local public school when it comes to drivers’ ed, language, science, art and advanced mathematics.
The local schools have supply lists that run into the $200 range, nevermind clothing and other needed things if your kid is going to be out in public every day.
Simcha already does enough hit pieces on Kendra. Let’s not try and downplay her because of her income. She has good ideas if you want to plan your own curriculum…that’s all.