The Classical Difference is published by the Association of Classical & Christian Schools (ACCS) on behalf of member schools. We educate and inspire parents and supporters to discover the benefits of classical Christian education, and support their local school. With the challenges we face in our culture today, Christians are discovering this form of education because it can form culture, as it transforms minds. The Classical Difference is published 4 times per year — Spring, Summer, Winter, and Fall. Subscriptions to a member school’s parents are arranged by the member school. Paid subscriptions are also available.
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The ACCS represents more than 250 schools in 45 states and 6 countries. We have a governing board of 10, 4 of which are elected from our membership on 4 year terms. Our offices are located in Moscow, Idaho and Boise, Idaho. We sponsor the national “Repairing the Ruins” conference for classical Christian educators and friends. We also offer training, staffing, directory, and speaking services.
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