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Evaluating Results of Classical, Christian Education

Results in most organizations are measured in terms of sales, numbers, or products success. But how do we measure results in classical, Christian education? What is the “product” of such an endeavor? Is it even possible to measure results? Caution… Read More

Upward and Onward: The Fruits of Discipleship

This school year, Mr. Andrew Weiseth has been teaching biblical Apologetics to a combined class of our juniors and seniors. As they met together for their final class period last week, the seniors were given a platform to share a… Read More

Providence Protocol: Civility and Chivalry

Our oldest son is a junior at Grove City College near Pittsburgh. Last year he was invited to a formal political event, where he met various people in the local community, and he commented on what he, in hindsight, considers… Read More

Classical Me, Classical Thee – A Book Review

What is the difference between classical education and a typical modern-day education offered at a local public school? If answering that question poses a challenge, you will find a new book by Rebekah Merkle most helpful. Classical Me, Classical Thee:… Read More


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