RAISING KINGLY GENERATION RULING THE EARTH
Together with parents, we are shaping the lives of the students to arise as men and women of God to walk in the divine destiny that God has prepared beforehand for them, in order to lead and reveal the future of this nation.
Frequently Asked Questions
Some frequently asked questions
Classical schools are a school of choice option that implements a traditional classroom environment with a compelling curriculum that teaches learners to self-educate.
Classical schools highlight history, literature, and language studies while embracing the concept of educating the entire child through truth and moral virtue. Classical schools are rooted in language, with lessons primarily taught through written and spoken words instead of images.
A classical classroom emphasizes the teacher’s authority, with students following traditional instruction as active participants in the learning process.
The three stages of classical education are based on the developmental stages of learning. Also known as the “trivium,” the three components of classical education are as follows:
- The grammar stage takes place from kindergarten to sixth grade when a learner can best memorize through rhyme. Students focus on learning the basic rules for reading, math, and English grammar during this time while laying the foundation for advanced study.
- The logic stage occurs between seventh and ninth grade when students start to wonder “why,” questioning authority and truth. Students learn to think through arguments and reason the relationship between data during this stage, considering how each fact fits into a larger framework.
- The rhetoric stage happens between grades 10 and 12 when students start to exercise independent thought. Drawing their own conclusions from previous developmental stages, learners focus on the persuasive use of information through speech and writing.