What is Catholic Liberal Education?
Students will be provided a scholarly education where they will be fully immersed in our Catholic faith.
Catholic Liberal Education emphasizes forming human beings with the wisdom to know the truth as well as the virtue to understand how to live by this truth.
Lessons will no longer be test driven. Instead, students will experience teacher directed instruction that strives for mastery of the content.
Why Catholic Liberal Education?
With a track record if 2,500 years, Catholic liberal education keeps Christ at the center of all things and has proven to be the gold-standard of education.
Teaching core subjects with the goal of building our students' foundation of knowledge while inspiring a lifelong love of learning, enables students to explore the meaning and purpose of all created things.
What to Expect
Videos to Watch
What is Catholic Liberal Education and what are the benefits to making such a transition? Please watch these list of videos that go in depth on this topic:
- What is Catholic Liberal Education?
- Michael Ortner - From Greeks to Geeks
- The Holy See’s Teaching on Catholic Schools
- The Renewal of Catholic Education:
How the Recovery of the Church’s Intellectual Tradition is Transforming Schools
- Catholic Education: A View from the USCCB
- More in depth presentation on Catholic Classical Liberal Arts to the National Catholic Education Association.
Learn More About Catholic Liberal Education
Renewing Catholic Schools: How to Regain a Catholic Vision in a Secular Age
Catholic education remains one of the most compelling expressions of the Church's mission to form disciples. Despite decades of decline in the number of schools and students, many Catholic schools have been experiencing renewal by returning to the great legacy of the Catholic tradition. Renewing Catholic Schools offers an overview of the reasons behind this renewal and practical suggestions for administrators, clergy, teachers, and parents on how to begin the process of reinvigoration.
The Heart of Culture: A Brief History of Western Education
The Heart of Culture is a substantive history of Western education and a profound witness to the necessity of maintaining tradition. This short book confronts that crisis, bringing to light the living, intricate educational tradition that built the West, from the Greek ideal of paideia to John Henry Newman’s idea of a university. First developed for course use in the Catholic Studies program at the University of St. Thomas (Minnesota), The Heart of Culture provides a unifying perspective and a clear historical understanding of the lifeblood of Western culture, and is certain to aid teacher and student alike in the pursuit of excellence.
Stories of other schools who have made the transition to classical education.