The Scholar and the World! – from Longfellow’s Morituri Salutamus

The past few months have passed in a blur of study and writing as I ready the field test edition of […]

The Reading Mother On Scholé Groups Blog – High School Humanities

My blog post this week at Scholé Groups details how we at Providence Prep seek to aim our students and teachers […]

Greek To Us: The Death of of Classical Education and Its Consequences via Taki’s Magazine

Interesting and wide-ranging article by E. Christian Kopff, beginning with: On the evenings of October 10 and 11, 1999, the A&E […]

What Ivy League Students Are Reading That You Aren’t | The Washington Post

WaPo recommends: If you want an Ivy League education, you could fork over $200 grand or so and go to Cornell […]

Dr. Christopher Perrin on Embodied Education and the Five Sense Inventory

Enjoy this inspiring video from Dr. Perrin on the importance of the sensory experiences linked to our studies.  For me, this […]

“Restor(ing) The Past To Build The Future”

  Looking for Another Country: Nostalgia and Desire in C.S. Lewis and T.S. Eliot Dwight Longnecker explores the essence of conservatism—rediscovery, remembrance, reverence, […]