ClassicMusicHistoryMedievalLateRomantic

13 yrs and up – $175.00, 14 week course – No Prerequisite

Classical Music History is offered in two separate parts one each semester. These are independent courses and do not require taking one or the other first.

Students will listen in class to the works of the masters, spanning the centuries. Through the use of audio, and visual activities and exercises, including reading, the students will experience the historical processes by which musical styles grow, develop, mature, and decline.

ClassicalMusicHistoryRomanicModern

 12 yrs and up - $175.00 - 14 week course – No Prerequisite 

Music History of the Western World is offered in two parts, each a term in length. Students will listen in class to the works of the masters, spanning the centuries. Through reading, the use of audio, and visual activities and exercises, students will experience the historical processes by which musical styles grow, develop, mature, and decline.

Shakespeare

14 yrs and up, $175.00, 14 week course – Prerequisite: One Intermediate Level course

Shakespeare's plays are among the greatest and most influential literary works in history.  They help us to think deeper about the most important realities that concern mankind:  life and death, good and evil, love and friendship, God and man.  In this course, seven plays by Shakespeare - two weeks dedicated to each play - will be read and discussed.  These include some of Shakespeare's best-loved plays, spanning the three Shakespearean genres: the history, the comedy, and the tragedy.


Latin1

13yrs and up ,$250.00 per term, twice weekly – No Prerequisite

Latin I is a full year course running from Fall to Spring.

Students in Latin I will study from a book entitled Lingua Latina: Familia Romana by Hans Orberg. This work immerses the student in the language, and grammar and syntax will be learned from within the context of reading lengthy Latin prose. It is a particularly exciting and novel way to approach learning Latin. In Lingua Latina the student will first attempt to understand what is said, then investigate the rules which are the foundation of the language.

Latin2

13 yrs and up, $250.00 per term, twice weekly – Prerequisite – Latin I

Latin II is a full year course running from Fall to Spring.

Students in Latin II will use the same book as those in Latin I: Lingua Latina: Familia Romana by Hans Orberg.  Having studied Latin for at least one year, students will continue to see the concepts they have learned unfolding in the lengthy prose of Lingua Latina.

Latin3

14 yrs and up, $250.00 per term, twice weekly – Prerequisite – Latin II

Latin III is a full year course running from Fall to Spring.

Students in Latin III will use the same book as those in Latin I and Latin II, Lingua Latina: Familia Romana by Hans Orberg.  Having already studied Latin for at least two years, Latin III students will continue to develop the concepts he/she has been studying and will move toward learning the subjunctive case.

TheBasicsOfLogic

13 yrs and up, $175, 14 week course– Prerequisite: One Intermediate Course

Why did God give man a reasonable mind, the ancients asked, if not for the purpose of discovering Himself? Students will use discussion to stretch themselves in the art of clear thinking, grow in their ability to pursue the truth rationally, articulately, and persuasively, and recognize faulty thinking when they see it.

ClassicAstronomy

14 yrs and up - $175 – 14 week course – Prerequisite – completed an Intermediate level course

This course will discuss the methods and fundamental questions of classic natural science. 

Purpose:To understand the purpose of studying Astronomy and how it points to an outside Intellect as the Creator of the Universe. To understand the movements of the heavens as seen through the mathematical hypothesis of the Ancients and how this understanding progressed to our understanding of the heavens today.

 

ClassicBiology

14 yrs and up - $175 – 14 week course – Prerequisite: Introductory Great Books 

In this course, students will learn and appreciate the ancient approach of the study of the natural world in the context of living things. This course will discuss the methods and fundamental questions of classic natural science. How do we come to know about the natural world? What are the principles of nature? What kind of knowing is instinct? What does it mean to be “alive”?