Over the course of the next several weeks, I intend to present several articles on the nature and value of what is known as a classical curriculum. This is generally defined as studying the acknowledged great works of Greek and Roman history and literature, usually in tandem and sequentially. This week, we will start with
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“Con-cen-TRA-tion! Id-i-od-i-A-tion! Now be-GIN-ning The GAME!” by Banríon S.             Perhaps fellow parents will recall the hand-clapping game from our youth.  It began with that chant, was followed by the category name and appropriate rhythmic responses, and dissolved in laughter when someone stammered and stuttered, repeated an already-offered answer, or missed a clap.  As the
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  Kolbe Academy Online Conceptual Framework by Steve Schultz   Kolbe Academy Online is “dedicated to forming the whole individual – mind, body and soul – to renew the world with children and young adults with high educational, moral, civic, and spiritual values centered on the principle of Ad Majorem Dei Gloriam – doing all
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Fantastic article by Joseph Pearce about Catholic homeschooling programs and Newman Guide colleges, reprinted by permission of The Cardinal Newman Society . The original article can be found at  https://newmansociety.org/are-homeschools-serving-as-newman-guide-college-prep-schools/ . Copyright © 2018 The Cardinal Newman Society. Permission to reprint without modification to text, with attribution to author and to The Cardinal Newman Society, and (if published online) hyperlinked
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By Sonya McCormick I am writing this note, on behalf of my husband and our family, as a sign of gratitude to the Kolbe Academy staff for planning and executing a remarkable first-ever live commencement for the Class of 2018. When our family embarked on this school-at-home journey, anticipating a bona fide commencement was not
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  A Long Time Ago at a Graduation Far, Far Away… It seems like only yesterday, I was attending my own high school graduation. A small crowd of friends and family members had gathered for the ceremony in the auditorium of my dad’s Baptist church, which featured only two graduates–myself, and a girl who had
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