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The Classical Liberal Arts Academy offers Christian students the opportunity to come away from the worldly cares of modern education and “seek first the kingdom of God”.  We don’t write our own books or follow new fads because the teachers our students need to learn from have already written all that needs to be written.  Our students study the same subjects, from the same books, that the wise men and saints have studied throughout history–and guess what?  They have the same results they always have.  We make sure that the “one thing necessary” remains the one thing necessary, studying the divinely inspired Scriptures, the sacred doctrine of the Church, and participating fully in the liturgical and sacramental life of the Church Our Lord established to lead us safely to heaven.  We study Grammar that we may study Reasoning that we may study Philosophy, that we may live virtuously and set our minds on things above, where we can find rest for our souls.  Students who attend to these things have no trouble with the things of this world for God promises to give them to them. (Matthew 6:33)  If your idea of education is controlled by worldly anxiety, you’re neither going to understand nor appreciate the Classical Liberal Arts Academy.  If, however,  you have a sincere desire to see your children seek higher and better things, then we invite you to join us in the CLAA.

 

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To create user accounts, enroll in courses and subscribe to CLAA programs and services, please visit the CLAA study center at: www.classicalliberalarts.com.

 

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Some say the CLAA is “too hard” for “modern students” but that is false.  Any parents who desire to give their children the best possible education can succeed in doing so, because help is always available.

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May God bless your families and direct you in the work of educating your children!

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How to Study for Mastery in the CLAA

In the CLAA, we are not studying for “grades” in an artificial curriculum “get a diploma” or “get into college” or “get a job”.  We are study the true, philosophical curriculum with the aim of getting Wisdom–and that demands mastery.  Students begin at the beginning and progress one step at a time through through a course of […]

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CLAA Daily Scripture Reading Schedule

The saints did not become saints by reading the writings of other saints but by the study of the Sacred Scriptures!  The writings of St. Augustine and St. Thomas Aquinas may contain errors, but the Sacred Scriptures are infallible in every detail and the only source of doctrine that is absolutely certain. ” All Scripture is […]

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How to Create a Schedule

This article expands upon a recent notice sent to CLAA families which was followed up on the CLAA Family Forum. If you find this helpful, we can continue the discussion and maybe take each part step-by-step. I put this together quickly to help, so any proofreading feedback is more than welcome. Definitions 1. GOAL: A […]

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CLAA Premium Planning

Studying the Catholic faith at home is great.  Studying the Catholic faith and the classical liberal arts at home is even greater.  Imagine if Catholic families could study the Catholic faith and the classical liberal arts at home and have the children’s daily studies planned out and managed by CLAA teachers–that would be awesome. Well, […]

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Why Latin & Greek Must Be Studied

This article was originally published in March, 2009.  Much of this article is adapted from the early 20th century Jesuit scholar Robert Swickerath’s extraordinary book, Jesuit Education: Its History and Principles, published in 1903. Unfortunately, the book is no longer in print. The Classical Liberal Arts Academy maintains the rigorous classical language studies of the […]

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February 20. St. Eucherius, Bishop.

This Saint was born at Orleans, of a very illustrious family. At his birth his parents dedicated him to God, and set him to study when he was but seven years old, resolving to omit nothing that could be done toward cultivating his mind or forming his heart His improvement in virtue kept pace with […]

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Raising Christian Children

In modern circles, it is lamented that children are disobedient, but the Apostles and Doctors of the Church taught that raising obedient children was the duty–and within the power–of fathers.  Below is a homily by St. John of Chrysostom, in which he expounds St. Paul’s teaching in Ephesians 6:4. Having given the necessary injunctions to children, St. Paul […]

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