CLASSICAL IN THE NEWS
FROM “THE DIFFERENCE”

The Art of Wonder

By Hannah K. Grieser Boredom has to be one of the most common complaints of childhood. Once the...

Wired for Beauty

By MICHAEL CRAVEN Reprinted with permission from Breakpoint and the Colson Fellows Program. The...

All The World’s A Stage

By Thomas Garfield Brian wasn’t having any of it! As the rest of his first-grade class confidently...

OUR SCHOOLS

Valentine’s Day

"Valentine’s Day is a wonderful tradition, but you have to admit that it does little to give us...

CLASSICAL IN THE NEWS
FROM “THE DIFFERENCE”

The Art of Wonder

By Hannah K. Grieser Boredom has to be one of the most common complaints of childhood. Once the...

OUR SCHOOLS

Wired for Beauty

By MICHAEL CRAVEN Reprinted with permission from Breakpoint and the Colson Fellows Program. The...

All The World’s A Stage

By Thomas Garfield Brian wasn’t having any of it! As the rest of his first-grade class confidently...

What every parent should consider.

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A Princess Without a King

A Princess Without a King

By David Goodwin 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: Avengers Endgame (sequel), The Lion King (remake), Frozen II (sequel), Toy Story 4...

The Good Soil Study:
Alumni life outcomes by type of school, including ACCS.

INSIDE YOUR CLASSICAL CLASSROOM
Kindergartners and Chicken Eggs

Kindergartners and Chicken Eggs

NOTE FROM A HEADMASTER Christopher Stevens, Cornerstone Classical School, Salina, KS Every year our kindergarten incubates chicken eggs. Each day...

OUR SCHOOLS IN THE NEWS
A Video Facebook Refuses to Post

A Video Facebook Refuses to Post

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

EYE ON EDUCATION

1776

The 1776 Commission versus the 1619 Project: The winner of the quiet battle over what goes into our nation's history classrooms will determine the path of our country.In Depth: The 1619 Project and the 1776 CommissionPublic schools are incorporating ‘1619 Project’...

Essential Skills: No Longer About Learning in Oregon

Oregon Senate Bill 744 was recently and quietly signed into law by governor Kate Brown. It states that students “may not be required to show proficiency in Essential Learning Skills as a condition of receiving a high school diploma” in the next three school years. It...

The Equality Act

The Equality Act One of the most important pieces of legislation in our lifetime Read: The Equality Act, H.R. 5Breakpoint: The Equality Act The Heritage Foundation: The Dangers of the Equality Act The Public Discourse: Albert Mohler on the Equality Act The new...

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 is familiar to those who call parents to Christian education. If we need another proof point,...

FOR PARENTS
The Art of Wonder

The Art of Wonder

By Hannah K. Grieser Boredom has to be one of the most common complaints of childhood. Once the shock of being born wears off, it doesn’t take long...

Educational Faddism Then and Now

Educational Faddism Then and Now

This article from the Epoch Times recounts one father's experience with educational fads, both for himself and for his children. Classical Christian...

FAITH & CULTURE
Wired for Beauty

Wired for Beauty

By MICHAEL CRAVEN Reprinted with permission from Breakpoint and the Colson Fellows Program. The poet Billy Collins once quipped that “all babies are...

COLLEGE
Classical Patricide

Classical Patricide

Victor Davis Hanson recently wrote an article in The New Criterion titled "Classical Patricide." Both Greece and Rome dominated the world stage for...

BOOKS
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 leaving a St.Louis Cardinals game. My dad realized something was wrong when I mentioned that the last...

The Horse and His Boy: The Danger of Totalitarian Ideology

The Horse and His Boy: The Danger of Totalitarian Ideology

This Side of the Wardrobe Lessons from Literature Series: Part I By Louis Markos Lewis’s fifth novel in the Chronicles of Narnia series is set during the Golden Age of Narnia when the four Pevensie children rule from the four thrones in Cair Paravel. Most of this...

Fault Lines: A Social Justice Vaccine

Fault Lines: A Social Justice Vaccine

By Ty Fischer A deadly virus. A novel population. Mitigation efforts fail. Churches divide. The body count grows. Some lock their families away in hopes of avoiding illness. Classical Christian schools have not been immune, having witnessed some of their best and...

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Educational Faddism Then and Now

Educational Faddism Then and Now

This article from the Epoch Times recounts one father's experience with educational fads, both for himself and for his children. Classical Christian Education, although unique, is neither new, nor a fad. It has been tried and proven true for the last two millennia. A...

Classical Schools Cut Through the Culture Wars

Classical Schools Cut Through the Culture Wars

A recent article in Newsweek reminds its readers: Schools have a profound effect on the values instilled in children. It goes on to say that in an ideal world, schools would cut through partisan battles, ensuring some set of consistent values and focusing on the goal...

VIDEOS
A VIDEO TOUR OF A 1791 NEWSPAPER

A VIDEO TOUR OF A 1791 NEWSPAPER

At classical Christian schools we believe he best way to read history is to go to the source documents.  Enjoy this light, humorous reading of a 1791 Newspaper originally posted in the Journal of the American Revolution. One of the most effective ways to immerse...

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