Lesson 08. The Thirteen Colonies Planted

In this lesson, we will continue our study of the American Government, moving from the general principles of American government to its development in history. To complete the objectives of this lesson, complete the following tasks: Study the lesson for Mastery. Complete the lesson Assessment. The Right of Discovery Columbus and his successors made known to Europe the continent of North America. These vast regions, Spain, England, and France divided among themselves. The Right of Discovery, as the rule was called by which this division was made, embraced, when fully developed, these ideas: The Christian nation that discovers a heathen … Continue

Aristotle, Categories. Chapter 8, Of Quality

Study Aristotle's Categories in the Classical Liberal Arts Academy

In this lesson, we continue our study of Aristotle’s ten Categories. Having studied Substance, Quantity and Relatives, we move on to Quality in chapter 8. Translation by Thomas Taylor 1. I denominate Quality that according to which certain things are said to be of such kinds. 4. But habit differs from disposition in this, that it is a thing more lasting and stable. And of this kind are the sciences and the virtues. For science appears to rank among the number of things which are more stable, and are with difficulty removed.   In like manner virtue, such as justice and … Continue

Catholic Bible I, Lesson 07. The Sacrifice of Noe

Noe offers sacrifice after the flood.

In this lesson, we continue the study of the life of Noe, after the great flood. To complete the objectives of this lesson, complete the following tasks: Study the lesson for mastery. Complete the lesson quiz. Lesson When the waters had covered the earth for a hundred and fifty days, God remembered Noe, and sent a warm wind, that by degrees abated the waters. Soon the mountains began to appear, and in the seventh month the Ark rested on the top of Mount Ararat, in Armenia. Noe, eager to learn if the waters had subsided, opened the window of the … Continue

Latin Reading I, Lesson 26. John 4:16-20

Study Latin Reading in the Classical Liberal Arts Academy

To complete this lesson, complete the following tasks: 1. Study the lesson below, carefully and completely.2. Read the instructions for translation exercises.3. Complete translation exercises.4. Memorize all lesson vocabulary.5. Work to earn a perfect score on your lesson exam. Lesson 21 Dicit ei Jesus: “Mulier, crede mihi, quia venit hora, quando neque in monte hoc, neque in Jerosolymis adorabitis Patrem. 22 Vos adoratis quod nescitis: nos adoramus quod scimus, quia salus ex Judaeis est. 23 Sed venit hora, et nunc est, quando veri adoratores adorabunt Patrem in spiritu et veritate. Nam et Pater tales quaerit, qui adorent eum. 24 Spiritus est … Continue

Freshman Mathematics. Hour 2

Complete modern HS Freshman Mathematics requirements in the Classical Liberal Arts Academy

This lesson is part of the Classical Liberal Arts Academy’s High School Diploma Program. This program provides students with 120 hours of instruction in high school English, Mathematics, Science, History and Foreign Language, fulfilling modern high school diploma requirements in the most efficient way possible. Objective In Freshman Mathematics, a student must receive 120 hours of instruction in a high school level mathematics course. In Freshman Mathematics, we will complete 120 hours of instruction in Algebra to satisfy this requirement. In this second lesson, we will continue to study the definitions necessary for the study of Algebra and complete the … Continue

Baltimore Catechism II. On Our Lord’s Passion, Death, Resurrection & Ascension

Study Baltimore Catechism II in the Classical Liberal Arts Academy

In this lesson of Baltimore Catechism II, we study Our Lord’s Passion, Death, Resurrection & Ascension. To complete the objectives of this lesson, complete the following tasks: Study the Lesson. Complete the Memory Work. Complete the Lesson Exam. Lesson The Passion, that is, the terrible sufferings of Our Lord, began after the Last Supper, and ended at His death. On Thursday evening, Our Lord sat down for the last time with His dear Apostles. He had been talking, eating, and living with them for over three years; and now He is going to take His last meal with them before … Continue

Freshman Science. Hour 1

Satisfy the requirements of Freshman Science in the Classical Liberal Arts Academy's High School Diploma Program

This lesson is part of the Classical Liberal Arts Academy’s High School Diploma Program. This program provides students with 120 hours of instruction in high school English, Mathematics, Science, History and Foreign Language, fulfilling modern high school diploma requirements in the most efficient way possible. Objective In Freshman Science, a student must receive 120 hours of instruction in a high school level Science course. In Freshman Science, we will complete 120 hours of instruction in Biology to satisfy this requirement. In this first lesson, we will discuss the objectives of this course, complete our first lesson in Biology, and fulfill … Continue

Freshman Latin. Hour 1

Satisfy the requirements of Freshman Latin in the Classical Liberal Arts Academy's High School Diploma Program

This lesson is part of the Classical Liberal Arts Academy’s High School Diploma Program. This program provides students with 120 hours of instruction in high school English, Mathematics, Science, History and Foreign Language, fulfilling modern high school diploma requirements in the most efficient way possible. Objective In Freshman Latin, a student must receive 120 hours of instruction in a high school level foreign language course. In Freshman Latin, we will complete 120 hours of instruction in Latin Grammar, Reading and Vocabulary to exceed this requirement. In this first lesson, we will discuss the objectives of this course, complete our first … Continue

Freshman History. Hour 1

Complete the requirements of Freshman History in the Classical Liberal Arts Academy High School program.

This lesson is part of the Classical Liberal Arts Academy’s High School Diploma Program. This program provides students with 120 hours of instruction in high school English, Mathematics, Science, History and Foreign Language, fulfilling modern high school diploma requirements in the most efficient way possible. Objective In Freshman History, a student must receive 120 hours of instruction in a high school level History course. In Freshman History, we will complete 120 hours of instruction in Ancient History to satisfy this requirement. In this first lesson, we will discuss the objectives of this course, complete our first lesson in History, and … Continue