There are many popular academic programs and resources available to Catholic educators, but most are secular, designed primarily for public schools.
Does “secular” mean that they are unsuitable for Catholics?
So long as the content does not oppose Catholic teaching, it may seem appropriate to use secular materials and programs. Catholics do not hide from the world. There is no conflict between the truths of our faith and the truths of science, math, history and other human studies. We are not afraid to explore every branch of knowledge, and we respect the methods appropriate to each academic discipline.