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Recovering the Social Capital of K–12 Schools

Recovering the Social Capital of K–12 Schools

The Heritage Foundation Robert Jackson, PhD In their volume, "The Not So Great Society," the Heritage Foundation features a chapter  on the renewal of classical education. In previous generations, Americans drew social capital from various intellectual authorities,...

U.S Attorney General Speaks About Classical Christian Renewal

U.S Attorney General Speaks About Classical Christian Renewal

Cultivating Virtue in Our Students On October 11, William Barr, U.S. Attorney General, gave a speech at The University of Notre Dame that has great importance for everyone involved in the American Classical Christian renewal. We strive to cultivate virtue in our...

Augustine Classical Rowing Team

Augustine Classical Rowing Team

A note from Mr. Hopkins: We will gladly donate a boat and oars to the next ACCS school that wants to get into rowing. It won’t be the prettiest shell out there, but it will be sound and a good foundation for a start-up team. info@augustineca.org AUGUSTINE CLASSICAL...

Agathos Classical School: National Mock Trial Champions

Agathos Classical School: National Mock Trial Champions

Good Morning America | Scoring Matrix & Team Roster | Battle Cry | Competition Timeline Mock trial is a good fit for classically trained students as it combines knowledge, logic, and rhetoric, the very framework of classical education. -- Jason Whatley Being...

Ian Lindquist Thinks the ACCS is Distinctly American

Ian Lindquist Thinks the ACCS is Distinctly American

Are Associations an "American Thing?" Did you know that associations are a distinctly “American” form of organization? Historically, Americans were particularly skilled at organically organizing themselves to solve complex social problems. In no way is this more clear...

The Great Thing about Expectations

The Great Thing about Expectations

In Charles Dickens’ 1861 book Great Expectations, Pip is a young orphan with no prospects—and no one expects much of him. An anonymous gift of wealth comes his way, and things change. He is expected to become a gentleman. In this simple synopsis, we catch a glimpse of...

Wyoming Classical School Successfully Lobbies to Change State Law

Wyoming Classical School Successfully Lobbies to Change State Law

The Private School Double Standard Any public school could have built on the property owned by Classical Academy in Jackson Hole Wyoming.  But, because Classical Academy was private, they were told “no.”   Jackson Hole Classical Academy, a school located in western...

A Mixed Reaction to Classical Christian Education

A Mixed Reaction to Classical Christian Education

Andy Olsen's Mixed Reaction to Classical Christian Education It was exciting to see classical Christian education featured on the cover of Christianity Today this month.  However, in the editor’s note, Andy Olsen notes how historically mixed the relationship between...

More Classical Schools Embrace the Hybrid Model

More Classical Schools Embrace the Hybrid Model

Is the Hybrid Model the Future for Classical Christian Education? And some visionaries are taking action on it. This is why schools are adopting something called the “University Model,” which mixes onsite school days with at home days throughout the week. Hybrid...

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