Greetings from Trinity Classical Academy! We are delighted to present our latest podcast episode featuring Mr. Morgan Geiser, an esteemed educator specializing in Roman Lit, U.S. and European History. Join us on this intellectual journey as Mr. Geiser unravels the significance of studying Napoleon at Trinity, providing insights into a major turning point in European history.
Learning fundamental rules and core knowledge of each subject
Learning the ordered and logical relationships in each subject
Communicating the grammar and logic of each subject
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Join some of our literature teachers for a rousing discussion. If you'd like to read the short essay ahead of time, you can do so HERE.
A curious historical figure to forget or one who helped make the modern world?
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