Homeschooling is easier when you have a sister by your side.

Since 2016, The Homeschool Sisters Podcast has been dedicated to supporting sisters across all walks of life. We are here to support you (and cheer you on!) as you raise your wildly unique children and teens.

The Homeschool Sisters Podcast has reached over 1.6 million downloads around the world.

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What listeners are saying


Even though you don’t know me, it still feels like a sisterhood; we are in the trenches together.


I feel like you’re right in my kitchen when I’m doing the dishes. I love the feeling of being in it together with you and your listeners. Thanks for being awesome!


I came to the Homeschool Sisters community in December of 2017 out of an intense desire for connection and new homeschool resources. I've stayed because you provide that and so much more. Thank you!

About Cait

Cait Curley, MA/CAGS is a school psychologist, mom to three amazing kids, bibliophile, gamer, and nature lover. In 2014, Cait found herself suddenly, unexpectedly, homeschooling her outside-the-box oldest son. Soon afterward, she added her daughter and youngest son to the fold. Their homeschool journey has lasted over 9 years.

In 2016, Cait and Kara S. Anderson founded The Homeschool Sisters Podcast. The Homeschool Sisters was created to share about real-life homeschooling, education and learning, parenting, and everything in between. (Plus, lots of giggles!)

By 2023, Kara's kids were in college and working. Cait decided to continue the podcast solo. Cait and Kara still Vox each other all day long, giggling all the while!

In addition to the podcast, Cait is founder of the My Little Poppies blog and Never Board Learning, a private online community for creative parents and educators who love play-based learning and gameschooling. Her work has been featured on The Mighty, Scary Mommy, The Huffington Post, Simple Homeschool, GeekMom, and more. 

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What listeners are saying


I started listening last sometime last year when I was yearning for community. Listening to you chat made me laugh and smile and helped. You are just like me; we are mothers trying to raise our children in the best way we can/the best way for them through homeschooling. I wasn’t alone, I just had not found my community yet.


Your podcast is one of the mainstays in my week in providing me with encouragement, ideas, and providing me with a sense of 'solidarity' as I have been starting out in this world of homeschooling.


You were actually the first podcast I ever listened to in the entire world of podcasting. It was the Episode 5: You Don't Have to Do It All, and I was hooked. You guys are my foundation for the homeschool world.

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