In a classical education, K-12 courses are presented based upon a strategically planned continuum, with the purpose of producing graduates who are able to think analytically, write persuasively, and speak confidently. Scholars are thus presented with the knowledge, skills, and character training needed to be tomorrow’s intellectual and moral leaders.

Steve Jobs once said, “I’m as proud of what we don’t do as what we do.” The choice of where to allocate time and resources must be based upon a coherent philosophy in order to maximize effectiveness. This is why a liberal arts education is so successful. It proactively seeks out the most essential courses, curriculum and sequence in K-12 needed to train intellectual and moral leaders. Through this focus on first principles, classical education strategically prepares scholars to engage and impact their world no matter what the future holds.

Curriculum Overview

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Our students are dedicated to a standard of beliefs held throughout the school that holds them to the highest standard of living and values.