We do too. Conservative/Christian basis for homeschooling. There are a ton of resources available online, and you'll find a ton of homeschooled folks who are very well-read, and very bright. We've picked up materials from different companies including http://www.sonlight.com/
which are two of the names that you'll seen thrown around. We've also added in bits and pieces that we find interesting including https://answersingenesis.org/store/curriculum/
. Yes, I know some of those are controversial for some folks.
The beauty of homeschooling is you set the curricula and the book selection. We've added constitutional studies, and books/video/internet work from other sources as well (everything from Magic School Bus to Weather Channel to science experiments we read about from other homeschool blogs). Yes, we even counted Rush Revere 1-3. When our kiddos get older, maybe 299 Days will be on their reading list! Our 6 year old has already read over 100 books, and is on track to read more than her mom and I ever did.
The other benefit is you can decide to have a rifle club (we're on BBs only at this point), or add soccer at your comfort level. Gardening and animal care are also required courses in our school!
You decide, you teach, and you fill in your weaknesses with available resources. What's not to love?