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 commonly abuse the natural sciences and use talk of “science” to promote unproven anti-Catholic ideas among students who have no means examining what they say. Many Christian parents react to this by running to the opposite (and equally false) extreme, neglecting modern natural science studies, or turning to shallow Protestant … Continue

Freshman Science. Hour 1

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

Online High School Diploma Program

Beginning in August 2022, the Classical Liberal Arts Academy will offer a complete four year online high school diploma program consisting of the following courses. It is important for homeschool families to understand that Homeschool Accreditation is NOT Necessary and that this program is intended to provide homeschool parents with help that they need to give their children the best homeschool education possible. Freshman Year Freshman EnglishStudy English Composition, English Grammar and English Literature, enjoying the English translations of ancient classics: Homer’s Iliad & Odyssey; Vergil’s Aeneid; Ovid’s Metamorphoses. Freshman Foreign LanguageBegin the study of foreign language with the first … Continue

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