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The Classical Academy Podcast

The Constitution is a true national treasure. What happens when classical Christian students study it, debate it, memorize it? And on the senior trip to DC, did Mrs. Caddow try to steal it? Find out in this friendly guide to classical Christian Education. 

Latin: isn’t it too difficult, too grammar-focused, too ... useless? Not at all! Find out why Latin is so rewarding to study—and how you might already speak Latin without knowing it—in this friendly guide to Classical Christian education. 

Science and religion at war… is a myth! But it’s a powerful one. Where did it come from? And how should classical Christian schools teach the proper relationship between faith and science? Find out in this friendly guide to classical Christian Education. 

Euclid’s Elements of Geometry set the standard for mathematical thinking for over 2000 years. In studying carefully crafted proofs, students learn not only geometry and logic—they encounter the beauty of God’s universe. 

Why should Classical Christian students read a 3000-year-old story about war, pagan gods, and glory? Well, after the Bible, Homer’s Iliad may be Western civilization’s most powerful book.

 

How can you tell if an education works? Look at the graduates. In this episode, we look at a report from the University of Notre Dame called “The Classical Difference,” a survey of thousands of graduates from various types of schools. How does classical Christian education stack up?

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Parents know that classical education teaches students to be excellent readers and writers. But what about math and science? What if classical education can provide future engineers the secret to their success? We interview STEM "power couple" Atherton and Sarah Carty—aerospace engineer and Trinity math teacher—to find out.

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