The ONLY Full-Credit Fine Arts Singing Course For Homeschoolers

Automated Records/Time Keeping

150+ Carnegie Credit Hours/Year

Self-Paced & Graded Curriculum

Parent Portal & Progress Reports



The Vocal Gym for Homeschool is a Carnegie credit-qualifying online course that offers self-paced, interactive learning for homeschooled high school students (ages 12+) interested in singing. The course utilizes the highest U.S. State standards for classroom Artistic Processes and Blooms Taxonomies integrated throughout the curriculum. 

Based on the only vocal technique awarded with a U.S Patent, The Vocal Gym revolves around the 7 Dimensions of Singing (Flexibility, Breathing, Intonation, Range, Tone, Articulation, and Strength) which starts with creating a personalized vocal profile for each student. This profile is then used to tailor the exercise, lesson, activity, and quiz experiences within the course to the individual student’s strengths and weaknesses.

The course is adaptable to all skill levels and DOES NOT REQUIRE students to read music or have any previous knowledge of music theory.


As the student works through the course, their vocal profile will be updated to reflect their progress, while the course continues to challenge them and support their development. This personalized approach to vocal training is what makes the Vocal Gym course unique and effective for each individual student.

Throughout this process, parents can monitor their child’s progress through the Parent Portal, where they can view the student’s progress, time spent practicing, and documentation needed to show their work.


To earn a Fine Arts Carnegie Credit, a student typically needs to complete a course of study or program in a Fine Arts subject, such as music, theatre, dance, or visual arts. The exact requirements can vary depending on the state and school district, but generally, students must log a certain number of hours of study and demonstrate their knowledge and skills through assessments, projects, and other forms of evaluation.

The Vocal Gym’s self-paced program can help high school students earn a Fine Arts or Extracurricular Credit in all 50 U.S. States. Students can log 150+ hours of learning and vocal development per year, which can be monitored by parents through the Parent Portal. To see how many hours your child needs to graduate, check out the Fine Arts Requirements By U.S. State table in our Homeschool blog.

The course includes quizzes, exercises, lessons, and activities, along with a certificate of completion and documentation needed to show progress and hours logged. The Homeschool Toolbox also guides parents through the course assignments and provides access to quiz keys and extras, making it easier for parents to help their child earn a Carnegie credit in the fine arts.



  • Self-Paced and Interactive Learning
    The Vocal Gym for Homeschoolers offers a self-paced, interactive curriculum that allows students to learn at their own pace and on their own schedule, making it easier for busy homeschooled students to fit vocal training into their schedules.
  • Qualifies for Carnegie Credit
    Using the Carnegie Credit system, this course can provide homeschooled students 1 full Fine Arts or Extracurricular Credit per year, in all 50 U.S. states.
  • Parental Oversight
    With the Parent Portal, parents can monitor their child's progress and ensure they are on track to meet their goals. This helps take the stress out of lesson planning and provides peace of mind for busy homeschooling parents.
  • Boosts Confidence and Communication Skills
    Studies have shown that activities in the fine arts and singing can help students develop confidence, improve academically, and become better communicators. The Vocal Gym for Homeschoolers provides a comprehensive curriculum that addresses these areas and helps students achieve their goals.


115,000+ vocal exercise combinations

365-day access to diagnose and measure progress

150 Hours of Lessons, Exercises, and Activities

400 MP3s for practice

384 Educational videos

Copy of the Best-Selling 7 Dimensions of Singing book

Access to the only Patented Vocal Technique in history

A Throga-certified Certificate of Completion




Start Singing Anytime Of Year!

Don't miss out on this amazing opportunity to provide a unique and valuable musical education for your homeschooled child at a fraction of the price that traditional private lessons cost. 120 hours of training at $65/hr (the national average for private music lessons) to earn a Fine Arts credit would be $7,800. Not to mention travel time, fuel costs, and having to do all the paperwork that the Vocal Gym does for you. Just like private lessons, this comprehensive homeschool singing course will help students develop their vocal skills and become more confident and effective communicators. 

For even greater savings, parents can add a second or third child for only $8.25/month for annual subscriptions! Co-op licenses and academic discounts are also available upon request. Give your entire community the gift of music and help them grow both academically and creatively. So, why wait?  Subscribe now and start your child on their musical journey today!


$59 / Month $39 / Month



$349 / Year



How can my child earn a high school Fine Arts credit with this course?

To earn a full credit for Fine Arts or elective in a single school year, a student needs to complete the main course, do several activities, and practice vocal exercises for 4-5 hours per week for a 30-week period. Alternatively, they can also stretch it out over a few years of high school if they prefer.

What exactly will my child be doing?

The course has plenty of resources for the student to engage with, including reading material, videos, interactive assessments, quizzes, activities, vocal exercises, and assignments. The progress and learning of the student will be tracked automatically, and there are also suggestions for documentaries and additional assignments available in the Homeschool Toolbox for further exploration.

Are there any additional materials to purchase?

The only requirements for the course are a computer or mobile device with internet access and the student's voice. Some of the optional activities may require a subscription to a streaming service like Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, or Disney+.

How are Quizzes graded?

There are 11 quizzes integrated into the curriculum. To ensure your child’s understanding of the material, they must get 80% correct in order to progress to the next lesson, with unlimited tries. You will have access to the Quiz Keys in the Homeschool Toolbox if they get stuck.

My child is a complete beginner. Will they actually learn how to sing with this course?

Yes, the Homeschool Vocal Gym Course is suitable for singers of all skill levels, including beginners. The exercises are designed to be customizable, ensuring that there is always a suitable level of challenge to maximize the training benefits, regardless of the student's starting point.

Do students have to be able to read music to take this course?

Although the Vocal Gym makes occasional references to music theory and notation (musical scoring), students are not required to be able to read music or have a background in music theory in to fully benefit from the program.

What age is the Homeschool Vocal Gym course best for?

The Homeschool Vocal Gym Course employs techniques that are safe and beneficial for singers of all ages, but the lessons are specifically designed for high school students between the ages of 12 and 19.

What if I have questions? Can I talk to the course instructors?

Yes, support is available. If you or your child does not have a teacher or organization for direct support, you can reach out to a Certified Throga Instructor by posting your question in the private Facebook Group or by searching and asking questions in the Help Center. If the question requires more specialized expertise, it will be immediately forwarded to one of our instructors for direct assistance.

Do I have to monitor my student's course progress?

The courses are designed to encourage interaction between you and your child for a more productive learning experience, but it is not a requirement. Regardless of your level of involvement, you will always have access to monitor your child's course progress, assignment completion, and quiz grades.

Can I use the course for more than one child?

The course is intended for individual use, and the number of hours and completed assignments are tracked in the Parent Portal. However, families with multiple children enrolled in the Homeschool Vocal Gym can receive a significant discount.

What makes the Homeschool Vocal Gym different from all the other online courses?

At the core of our mission is a strong belief that helping people embrace their voices, build self-worth, and express themselves with joy will make the world a better place. This is why we offer free vocal exercises, video tips, and personalized feedback to all members, not just paid subscribers. Our course offers unique features that are not available elsewhere, making it a one-of-a-kind experience for anyone looking to improve their singing skills. Including:

  • Vocal Profile Assessment to monitor and measure progress
  • The patented 7 Dimensions of Singing to accurately identify skill levels
  • Customizable exercises that truly assist ALL singers in ANY style of singing
  • Auto-tracking system that journals practice time towards weekly goals and high school credit
  • Interaction with Certified Throga Instructors - you are never alone in your journey!

Are there any homeschool co-op licences or academic discounts available?

Homeschool co-op licenses and group discounts for academic organizations are available upon request. Exclusive live webinars with a Certified Throga Instructor are also available to co-op members. Please visit the Homeschool Co-Op page for details.