How many subjects should we do at one time?


We have found that many parents want to cover additional subjects, in other areas. We offer 12 subjects – too many to do at one time. So, most parents begin with 3 or 4 and then add more until they are covering the areas they wish. Many teach some of the subjects 3 or 4 days a week, other subjects, only one day a week. Some focus on one subject at a time – like the unit studies approach. Whatever suits your time and circumstances is best for you. We trust the judgment of parents, and in validation of that view: [...]

How many subjects should we do at one time?2020-07-18T14:24:04+00:00

How do we start?


Our curriculum is all listed under the tab “Curriculum,” so simply visit any grade level, or subject area (such as Math, Art, History), and select the levels and materials you wish to use. To enroll just click the ENROLL link at the top of the homepage. To order individual books for non-enrolled students, please visit our Academy Bookstore, which only carries books and materials we recommend for our curriculum, listed by grade level, and by subject area. Parents are free to utilize other educational programs for various courses, alongside our program, even substituting for parts of our program - however we [...]

How do we start?2021-04-23T18:44:09+00:00

Where can I find more information on your educational approach?


Yes, there are a number of articles on this website. Additionally, Classical Homeschooling online magazine has numerous articles and essays discussing all of the above in detail. In addition, there is extensive literature and numerous articles on the Great Books movement online. Links to this above.

Where can I find more information on your educational approach?2021-04-23T19:21:51+00:00

Please explain your program.


We have assembled what we believe is the finest educational curriculum available. Our high school and college-level literature program – the Great Books Program– introduces students to approximately 120 of the greatest works of genius ever produced, in various fields. The list may be viewed elsewhere, but includes Homer, Plato, Virgil, Genesis, St. John, St. Augustine, Venerable Bede, St. Thomas Aquinas, Dante, Chaucer, Shakespeare, Cervantes, Dickens, Dostoevsky, Flannery O’Connor, etc. There cannot be a better core to any curriculum, at least with respect to the materials used, by the common opinion of the ages. Such great works can more easily be [...]

Please explain your program.2020-07-18T14:15:56+00:00

Briefly, what is the origin of your program?


Unsatisfied with the homeschooling curricula available in the 1990’s – we researched the various educational methods and approaches, as well as educational goals. Again and again we were drawn back to the Great Books Movement – the return to the classics – as the core element needing restoration and recommended by the leading lights for educational reform, including Mortimer Adler, former Editor of Encyclopaedia Britannica and the Great Books of Western Civilization (as well as author of 50+ other books). After meeting with Dr. Adler for three days in 1999 and again in 2000, we concluded his educational approach was the [...]

Briefly, what is the origin of your program?2020-07-18T14:16:05+00:00
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