Dear friends, Throughout the years, our forums have been one of the most active parts of the Academy’s online community. As our society becomes more and more polarized by political and ideological divisions, finding reasonable, respectable Catholic discussion and support is more and more difficult. Social media is toxic and … Read more.
Once you have created a free student website, it’s time to begin posting your written work, videos, etc., to your site. In this article, I’m going to explain how you can do that–the right way. Go to your student website. If you are not signed into your account, add /login … Read more.
In my video, “Moving from What? to How? in Classical Catholic Education“, I explained that I will be leading my own children to start their own student websites this year, and I recommend other students doing the same. In this article, I provide the steps one must follow to do … Read more.
The content of the Classical Liberal Arts Academy website can easily be searched using Google’s powerful search tools. Go to www.google.com In the search box type– site:classicalliberalarts.com Add a space after the CLAA website address, then enter your search terms. Google will only search the CLAA website for the keywords … Read more.
It’s common for any parent to hear their children complaining that they are “bored” and that there’s “nothing to do”. It may be true, in some cases, that parents aren’t doing enough to provide their children with enough activity. Many parents appear to want their children to be quiet and … Read more.
Mother of Divine Grace School claims to offer Catholic students a “classical” education, but when examined, it offers none of the subjects that were studied and taught by saints and wise men of the past. On the other hand, the Classical Liberal Arts Academy provides for them all. There is … Read more.