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Education as Soulcraft

Education as Soulcraft

Month: July 2020 ~ by Joelle Hodge ~ Classical education is about formation, about shaping the loves of our students, and ultimately giving them the tools to find their way to the Father. John 14:6 says, “I am the way, the truth and the life. No one comes to the...
Welcome to the Great Hall @ Scholé Academy

Welcome to the Great Hall @ Scholé Academy

Blog ~ by Joelle Hodge and Jesse Hake ~ Our Scholé Academy community (to include St. Raphael School and our new Canterbury House of Studies) has become a patchwork of individuals, stitched together by the common threads of classical education. It reflects what we see...
Inhabiting a language: Latin via the Direct Method

Inhabiting a language: Latin via the Direct Method

Latin ~ by Maria Overy ~ A most famous English philologist by the name of J. R. R. Tolkien, wrote, spoke, and imagined with a language of his own invention. For Tolkien, the invention of a language was a prerequisite for the creation of a world: ‘The invention of...
Prudence: A Virtue by Another Name Smells just as Sweet

Prudence: A Virtue by Another Name Smells just as Sweet

Blog ~ by Fr. Noah Bushelli ~ Prudence was definitely not in my lexicon growing up without Christ in the public school system.  Though I did implicitly learn many virtues, those traditional words were eschewed by the progressives engineering the train-wreck that...
Summer Reading Selections from The Classical Reader

Summer Reading Selections from The Classical Reader

Blog ~ Compiled by Leslie Rayner ~  For all who love the summertime advantage of freedom to read what delights their own interests, nourishes their soul, or simply provides fun and good rest for their minds, The Classical Reader is an excellent resource to peruse for...