Instigating lives of potent worship.
Curriculum that’s a catalyst to wisdom and virtue.
More than hybrid homeschooling--it’s a lifestyle.
We have a rich heritage in the educational tradition of the West, extending back to the ancient civilizations of Greece and Rome. In its best moments, this educational tradition has been a commitment to the cultivation of wisdom and virtue in young hearts and minds. It has been a means of grappling with the highest truths, coming to terms with the natural order of our universe, and discovering what it means to be human.
In order to pursue these great ends, educators have used the seven liberal arts (grammar/Latin, logic, rhetoric, music, arithmetic, geometry, and astronomy) as a means. Historically, this rigorous, liberal arts-oriented study has defined the core of a classical education.
Parents and teachers work together to educate students through our blended model that combines aspects of traditional school with homeschooling.
- Students learn on campus two days per week and at home the remainder of the week.
- Parents share responsibility for instruction with the professional, on-campus teacher who provides classroom instruction and take-home assignments.
- The school makes core curriculum choices, but families can supplement as often and as much as desired.
- Model provides a smooth transition to college based on the number of hours on campus per week and the emphasis on time management and responsibility.
Christ-centeredInstigating lives of potent worship.
ClassicalCurriculum that’s a catalyst to wisdom and virtue.
CollaborativeMore than hybrid homeschooling--it’s a lifestyle.
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