We teach using the classical method in all subjects. This approach is called “classical” because it dates back to Aristotle and was formalized in the Middle Ages. It is characterized by a whole child approach to learning, using an integrated curriculum, classical books, art, music, and a formal study of Latin and logic. In other words, classical education is a liberal arts education.

We teach using the classical method because it is a proven form. It is the highest standard of education and has produced many of the world’s greatest thinkers, authors, scientists, artists, inventors, and politicians, such as Augustine, Aquinas, Galileo, Copernicus, Gutenberg, Luther, Shakespeare, and Newton, as well as George Washington, Thomas Jefferson and the rest of our country’s founders. Classical education’s developmental wisdom has stood the test of time; it not only creates lifelong learners, but empowers these learners to apply their knowledge in meaningful ways.