by Eric Cook Andrew Kern, President of the CiRCE Institute, once said, “The quality of your life depends upon the quality of the questions you ask.” Think of the enduring questions that have emerged from … Read More
Silent Auction & Dinner Joe T. Garcia’s Thu, November 5, 6pm – 10pm
by Colin Gunton Reviewed by Eric Cook Colin Gunton, late professor of Christian Doctrine at King’s College in London, undertakes a monumental task in The One, the Three, and the Many. Gunton wrote the book … Read More
I spent my first seven years in public education. Prior to moving to a private Classical Christian school in Roanoke, Virginia, I taught history, psychology, philosophy, economics, government, and civics at three different high schools. … Read More
Since my brief entrance into classical Christian education I have been engaged in an ongoing conversation about the place of spiritual formation in schools. Concerned parents and other stakeholders have conveyed their sincere trepidation about … Read More
The love of learning, the sequestered nooks, And all the sweet serenity of books. -Henry Wadsworth Longfellow I love books! I love the feel of them, the smell of them, the way they look on … Read More
Seniors Present Theses…
Due to inclement weather, school will be closed today.