## Don’t Waste Time on “High School” Studies in Homeschooling

Listening to parents talk about the challenges of getting through high school studies, one would think the American high school diploma is a great academic achievement. However, when we think that the 18 year old kids smoking weed and drinking on the weekends have these same diplomas, this false image … Read more

## Algebra I, Article 79. How to Divide One Polynomial by Another

In article 79, we are learning how to divide one polynomial by another.   To master this lesson, you must read SLOWLY and make sure you understand every step in the lesson. First, the teacher shows how two polynomials are multiplied so that we can see how the product is formed.  … Read more

## Algebra I, Article 53. Adding Similar Quantities with Like Signs

In this lesson, we will begin the study of algebraic addition. To complete the objectives for this lesson, complete the following tasks: Read the lesson from beginning to end for familiarity. Study the lesson for mastery. Memorize the Rule to Add Similar Quantities with Like Signs Complete the lesson assessment. … Read more

## There’s More to College Prep than College Admission

When we look at the admission requirements of selective colleges and universities, we find a list of standard courses that constitute a modern “college prep” curriculum. Harvard University, for example, recommends the following: The study of English for four years: close and extensive reading of the classics of the world’s … Read more

## Student the Modern Natural Sciences in the Classical Liberal Arts Academy

Before I began my classical studies, I was a Dean’s list pre-med student at Rutgers University working in a chemistry lab. I love the natural sciences, but I am unhappy with the options I see available to Catholic students. So much more is possible–and necessary. Modern scientists and science teachers … Read more

## SAT will be Digital, Shorter

The College Board announced that the SAT test will be undergoing a number of changes to harmonize with changing times in education. First, the test will no longer be taken with paper and pencil, but will be taken on computers at testing centers. Note that there is no plan for … Read more

## Freshman Mathematics. Hour 2

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 … Read more