Why Learning To Learn Requires Developing Habits Of Moral Virtue

One of the chief occupations for our headmaster, most especially as school begins, is to develop students' habits so they are actually capable of learning. Being able to meet and acquire new knowledge requires many virtues, and constant growth in them over time, to help children (like all people) grow in mental and moral maturity. … Continue reading Why Learning To Learn Requires Developing Habits Of Moral Virtue

Calling All Mothers For A Culture-Building Retreat On Nov. 3

Redeemer Classical is hosting a fall mothers' retreat focused on culture-building within ourselves and our communities. The retreat will feature online workshops with the ladies of the Schole Sisters and their special guest, author, speaker, and mother of nine Cindy Rollins, plus in-person discussion with a treasury of local women. The retreat hosts and speakers … Continue reading Calling All Mothers For A Culture-Building Retreat On Nov. 3

Humans’ Chief Responsibility ‘Is the Acceptance or Rejection of Ideas’

...children should be taught, as they become mature enough to understand such teaching, that the chief responsibility which rests on themĀ as personsĀ is the acceptance or rejection of ideas. To help them in this choice we give them principles of conduct, and a wide range of the knowledge fitted to them. These principles should save children … Continue reading Humans’ Chief Responsibility ‘Is the Acceptance or Rejection of Ideas’