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Liberal Arts

The Liberal Arts Curriculum is designed to offer the heart of a classic literature based education integrated into a single course.  Taught in the spirit of Orthodox Christianity through a Charlotte Mason style pedagogy, the courses span seven levels, each on a two-year rotation, for a total of 14 years of unique material.  Class sizes are limited so that interactions within the classroom stay personal.

Level 7: Classics of Christendom - 2017/2018 Full Year Course

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Level 7: Classics of Christendom - 2017/2018 Full Year Course

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Liberal Arts course prices are $25 off until July 15th

Books are not included in the course fee.

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Payment Details

  • Payments Plans:  A $50 non-refundable administrative fee will be charged when you check out; you will be billed the remainder of the full tuition in 9 equal monthly installments with the first installment being due on August 15, 2017
  • Returning families may reserve your child's seat by paying $25 immediately (non-refundable) and the remainder of tuition is due in full by July 15.  Please return to this page to make your second payment of $725 by July 15 or the seat will no longer be reserved.

Live Session Times and Dates

Class duration: 55 minutes

Teacher: Mr. Adam Lockridge

Start Time: Monday - Thursday, 12:15 pm CST

Class Dates

  • Fall 2017: September 5 - December 15
  • Spring 2018: January 15 to May 4
  • Breaks: Thanksgiving (Nov. 23-24), Holy Week and Bright Monday (April 2-9)

Core Curriculum Course Features

Great Books Course Details

Reading

  • Read the Great Books which have shaped civilization
  • Follow a timeline of Christian culture, art, and ideas
  • Enjoy a wide variety of texts, including novels, history, philosophy, poetry, essays, and speeches
  • Form the scholarly habit of keeping a reading journal

Discussion

  • Explore the "big ideas" in classic texts
  • Answer questions leading to definition, example and comparison
  • Participate in substantive and thoughtful discussions

Composition

  • Apply the art of rhetoric to academic essays
  • Receive helpful, live feedback on your writing assignments
  • Engage in independent research

Level Overview