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

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

The World Needs Classicists!

When a student sees a lesson in the Classical Liberal Arts Academy, they usually see a nice, clean lesson in a modern format, or a carefully chosen book in English translation. That is the end result of the work of the Classical Liberal Arts Academy’s mission of researching, restoring, publishing … Read more

St. Thomas Aquinas on the Duty of a Wise Man

St. Thomas Aquinas

“My mouth shall meditate truth, and my lips shall hate impiety” Proverbs 8:7 The language of common people, which according to Aristotle, is to be followed in giving names to things, has commonly held that they are to be called “wise” who order things rightly and govern them well. Hence, … Read more

SAT Prep for Catholic Students

Expert SAT preparation is available in the Classical Liberal Arts Academy through private tutoring with Mr. William C. Michael Many homeschool students score poorly on the SAT because their studies do not prepare them for the skills assessed by the test. What is worse is that many families respond to … Read more