Our academic work consumes all of our time and we are unable to devote any time or energy to advertising. We share images and news on social media, publish a weekly newsletter, but that’s about it. We don’t attend homeschool conferences, but life a quiet, rural life that allows us to do the work we do. The life that’s best for research and publishing is not very good for advertising.
Consequently, one the most important ways that students, parents and friends can help us is by sharing news about the CLAA in their own social circles. This is actually extremely valuable help that you probably underestimate. Simply sharing links to CLAA lessons or articles on your blog or social media accounts can introduce friends, friends-of-friends and friends-of-friends-of-friends to the CLAA.
To help with this, I have created a page on the CLAA website titled “Share the CLAA“, on which I have added a collection of attractive images (see example on right) that you may freely share wherever and however you please. You can easily access this page from the top black menu on the CLAA website.
I cannot express how important this simple, and free, form of help is to our work in restoring and promoting classical Catholic education. Sharing news about the CLAA not only helps promote these studies in Catholic circles, it also allows me to remain focused on the work I need to focus on, which directly benefits you and your children.
Thank you in advance,
William C. Michael, Headmaster
Classical Liberal Arts Academy
P.S. You can also easily share images and posts that are shared on the CLAA’s social media pages. Links to our social media accounts can be found on the “Share the CLAA” page.
Mr. William C. Michael is the founding headmaster of the Classical Liberal Arts Academy. He graduated from Rutgers University with an honors degree in Classics & Ancient History and is a member of Phi Beta Kappa and the National Association of Scholars. Mr. Michael has worked in private education as a Classics teacher and administrator for over 20 years. He is a Roman Catholic homeschooling father of ten children, and keeper of a quiet family farm in North Carolina. Mr. Michael enjoys studying ancient natural philosophy, gardening, and running.