What is a Classical Education?

Classical education has been around for over 2,000 years and is based on the teachings of the giants of philosophy—Socrates, Plato, and Aristotle. Elementary, middle, and high school students experience a knowledge-rich and integrated curriculum following a threefold path to learning that includes grammar, logic, and rhetoric. In order to develop a mastery of the English language, students learn Greek and Latin root words and eventually study formal Latin and other languages. Historical, literary, and artistic focus are on “the classics,” math and sciences are taught in a holistic manner, and the program of study engages students in “minds-on” learning and character building.

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Classical Liberal Arts Core

What makes Classical Education different?

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