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For Whom is Classical Education Intended?

For Whom is Classical Education Intended?

Month: February 2020 ~ by Dr. Amy Richards ~ Is classical education only for the most academically gifted students? Often, we associate classical education with a rigorous academic program for the brightest students. We might suppose that classical education’s purpose...
The Blessings of Being a Missionary Kid

The Blessings of Being a Missionary Kid

Month: February 2020 ~ by Grace Nelson ~ In Ghana, where I have lived as a missionary kid since 2015, my family is working with the Rafiki Foundation, a non-profit organization, helping Africans: “know God and raise their standard of living” in 10 of the poorest...
Beyond Restful Learning

Beyond Restful Learning

Month: October 2019 ~ by Evalyn Homoelle ~ Restful Learning. Scholé Academy’s goal seemed paradoxical and almost amusing to me as a stressed-out high schooler. How could schoolwork, high school, and learning be restful? Weren’t the almost universally accepted...
The Liturgical Classroom, With a Side of Greek

The Liturgical Classroom, With a Side of Greek

Month: October 2019 ~ by Mallory Stripling ~ ​One idea that I have been delighted to see gain popularity in the classical education world is that of “Liturgical Learning,” in which liturgical worship provides a pattern for learning. I’ll describe my understanding of...
Prudence, Right Judgment, and Living in Reality

Prudence, Right Judgment, and Living in Reality

Month: October 2019 ~ by Eddie Kotynski ~  Prudence is the perfection of reason, or, the perfection of the natural capacity of the soul to see reality as it is. More than just a view of the physical reality around and about us, prudence sees the spiritual and...