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Liberal Arts

All of our live, on-line Liberal Arts Curriculum classes are designed to offer the heart of a classical 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.  Classes meet four days per week, and class sizes are limited so that interactions within the classroom stay personal.

Fall 2017 courses coming soon!

Level 7: Great Books of Christendom - Spring 2017 Semester Mid-Year Enrollment

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Level 7: Great Books of Christendom - Spring 2017 Semester Mid-Year Enrollment


Recommended Ages: 16-18      

Books are not included in the course fee.

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Live Session Times and Dates

Class duration: 55 minutes

Teacher: Mr. Adam Lockridge

Start Time: Monday - Thursday, 12pm CST

Class Dates

  • Fall 2016: September 6th - December 16th
  • Spring 2017: January 16th to May 5th
  • Breaks: Thanksgiving (Nov. 24-25), Holy Week and Bright Monday (April 10-17)

Core Curriculum Course Features

Great Books Course Details


  • 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


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


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

Level Overview

Book list for 2016/2017 School Year

For more details, a full book list can be found on Amazon School lists.  

Fall 2016

  • Macbeth, William Shakeaspeare (Drama)
  • Hard Times, Charles Dickens (Novel)
  • Gulliver's Travels, Jonathan Swift (Novel)
  • Moby Dick, Herman Melville (Novel)
  • The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, R. L. Stevenson (Novel)
  • The Office of Assertion, Scott Crider (Rhetoric)
  • A Little History of the World, E.H. Gombrich (History) 

Spring 2017

  • The Scarlet Letter, Nathaniel Hawthorne (Novel)
  • Crime and Punishment, Fyodor Dostoevsky (Novel)
  • My Antonia, Willa Cather (Novel)
  • Father Arseny: Priest, Prisoner, Spiritual Father (Biography)
  • 1984, George Orwell (Novel)
  • The Office of Assertion, Scott Crider (Rhetoric) - continued

Additional resources provided by the instructor

  • Philosophy, Speeches, Poems, and Essays