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“Train well for this life, and train well for the life to come; train well for earth, and train well for heaven; train them for God, train them for Christ, and train them for eternity. Amen.”

— 1888, English Pastor J.C. Ryle, “The Duties of Parents”

How the West Was Lost

How the West Was Lost

by Ty Fischer A review of Carl Trueman’s "The Rise and Triumph of the Modern Self" Have you ever been lost? I mean really lost. As a boy, I misread a map as we were...

What Is Socratic Discussion?

What Is Socratic Discussion?

by Gary Hartenburg Socrates, who has been condemned to die—in one sense unjustly, but in another sense not—sleeps peacefully in his jail cell. His old friend, Crito,...

A Princess Without a King

A Princess Without a King

How Hollywood lost its way Have you noticed how the stories in our most popular story form—the movies—have paled in recent years? In 2019, the top 10 movies were:...

Twenty-three Years In

Twenty-three Years In

By John Hayward The Importance of Small Moments At the age of 32, I am 23 years into my involvement in classical Christian education. My roles have included student,...

A Video Facebook Refuses to Post

A Video Facebook Refuses to Post

Facebook recently censored a video posted by ACCS member The Saint Constantine School in Houston, TX. The video of students and others reciting Pericles' Funeral...

A Promise to America’s Children

A Promise to America’s Children

A Promise to America's Children We Will Put Their Needs First From Breakpoint “Public schools can be bad, but we have good schools in our neighborhood.” This sentiment...

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