How Reading Stories Helps Children Love the Truth

How Reading Stories Helps Children Love the Truth

We don’t want our kids to grow up and face adversity wondering, Do I have what it takes? We want them to know. We want them to have witnessed so many heroes living with integrity and fighting their weaknesses that they trust in the sureness of doing the right thing, even when no one is watching. We want them to stand up like warriors.

Imitation, Memory, Love: What Classical Teachers Can Learn from Music Lessons

Imitation, Memory, Love: What Classical Teachers Can Learn from Music Lessons

For classical educators striving to “integrate the disciplines,” music provides an invaluable instrument of integration. Music studies harmonize with every core discipline of he curriculum: the music of various periods vocalizes the movements of history, the formal structures of music correspond to the formal structures of poetry, the theory of music applies principles of mathematics, the physics of music makes audible the laws of science.

Classical Ed: What To Think or How To Think?

Classical Ed: What To Think or How To Think?

Christian education demands that we teach students what to love and how to love, for love is simply the greatest kind of knowledge. A classical education aims to train the affections and show a man how to “rightly order his loves” (ordo amoris), though a man cannot order his loves until he knows what they are.

Board Announcement: We've Hired Our Principal!

On behalf of the Board, it is my pleasure to announce the hiring of Rylan Auger as our first principal. This position of leadership is foundational for the healthy functioning and flourishing of the school. As such, we would like to share some of the convictions that guided the Board’s decision, and why we consider Rylan to be an excellent fit for this role.