• Harry Potter: Gateway to the Literary Tradition (Summer Class) Quick View
    • Harry Potter: Gateway to the Literary Tradition (Summer Class) Quick View
    • Harry Potter: Gateway to the Literary Tradition (Summer Class)
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    • Individual Price: $99 (Non-Refundable) ***NEW Family Rate for 3 or more students*** Price: $250 (Non-Refundable) The Harry Potter series rivals both The Chronicles of Narnia and The Lord of the Rings as the most popular fantasy series of all time. Behind all the hype, film franchises, amusement parks, cos-play, and controversy are stories deeply steeped in the same Literary Tradition…
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  • Dostoevsky’s Icon: Brothers Karamazov, the Christian Past, and the Modern World (Summer Class) Quick View
  • The World of Saint Augustine (Summer Class) Quick View
    • The World of Saint Augustine (Summer Class) Quick View
    • The World of Saint Augustine (Summer Class)
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    • In the 5th century A.D., the world of the Roman Empire was slowly dying. Its rulers were increasingly weak, literature and philosophy largely exhausted, the cities and provinces impoverished, the ancient religion and civic patriotism atrophied and enfeebled. Goths, Vandals and Huns spilled over the borders. Men all around fearfully anticipated the end of things. And in a middling town…
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  • 2024-2025 Plutarch for Kids Quick View
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    • 2024-2025 Plutarch for Kids
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    • CLASS DESCRIPTION Please Note: This course has rotating content so that students may take the class more than once. Learn History through Biography: The Greek biographer Plutarch’s Lives of the Noble Greeks and Romans is one of the cornerstones of Charlotte Mason’s educational philosophy. Join Classicist Thomas Banks in his online class dedicated to exploring this classic book, with Alexander the…
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  • 2024-2025 Medieval and Renaissance Literature Quick View
    • 2024-2025 Medieval and Renaissance Literature Quick View
    • 2024-2025 Medieval and Renaissance Literature
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    • CLASS DESCRIPTION A year-long in-depth study of Medieval and Renaissance English literature. Each work will be fully placed in its historical, philosophical, literary, and theological context. CS Lewis said that it's the duty of the reader to read the Great Books like the original audience; otherwise we cannot understand what we are reading. This takes work because we come to…
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  • 2024-2025 Later Modern Literature Quick View
    • 2024-2025 Later Modern Literature Quick View
    • 2024-2025 Later Modern Literature
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    • CLASS DESCRIPTION The literary, intellectual and religious revolutions that took place in the 19th and 20th centuries were events whose echoes remain with us still. The purpose of this course is to guide the student through some of the best literary fiction written in that time period, placing each book within its historical context with background information on the authors’…
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  • 2024-2025 Readings in Later Modern History Quick View
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    • 2024-2025 Readings in Later Modern History
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    • CLASS DESCRIPTION After the French Revolution, Europe had been changed permanently in its political, cultural, and spiritual life. The Napoleonic Wars, Industrial Revolution, Victorian Age, followed in the 20th century by the two world wars and growth of totalitarianism, represent one of the most dramatic and most violent periods of recorded history. Students who enroll in this course are encouraged…
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  • 2024-2025 Latin 2 Quick View
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    • 2024-2025 Latin 2
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    • CLASS DESCRIPTION This course is the continuation of Latin 1. In this class, students will complete Wheelock’s Latin and practice reading longer and more complex passages from ancient, medieval, and Renaissance authors. The latter half of the course will orient students towards the foundational genres of Roman literature such as epic, history, lyric poetry, epistles, and satire. The aim of Latin 2…
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  • 2024-2025 Latin 1 Quick View
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    • CLASS DESCRIPTION The language of the ancient Roman people is well worth studying for its own sake, but especially for the sheer joy of reading the Romans in their own words. Many important Western texts, such as Virgil’s Aeneid, are best enjoyed in the original language. There are other benefits to studying Latin, of course, but we should always approach…
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  • 2024-2025 Readings in Early Modern History Quick View
    • 2024-2025 Readings in Early Modern History Quick View
    • 2024-2025 Readings in Early Modern History
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    • CLASS DESCRIPTION Over the course of the 16th century, it became more and more obvious that the Medieval era had drawn to a close and given way to new developments in religion and culture. New continents were discovered, the forms and aims of the arts branched out in new directions. The Protestant Reformation and Catholic Counter-Reformation worked enormous changes in…
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  • 2024-2025 Out of the Depths: The Dante You Never Knew Quick View
  • 2024-2025 Biblical History Quick View
    • 2024-2025 Biblical History Quick View
    • 2024-2025 Biblical History
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    • CLASS DESCRIPTION The understanding of the grand narrative of the Hebrew Bible is the cornerstone of the understanding of story. In this course, students will study the history of the Hebrew people through reading the principal historical narratives of the Old Testament from the Exodus to the end of the Old Testament, illustrated by the laws of Moses, the stories…
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