4 Pillars of Education
The Atmosphere of Environment:
The presentation of ideas must take into account the atmosphere in which a person is learning. We purpose to create an atmosphere that exercises the mind and inspires the heart of each child to develop a love of learning as they encounter beauty within their world and studies.
The Disciplines of Life:
Learning to contemplate, organize, write and speak thoughts from well chosen lessons is an important part of the daily life of our students. Our teachers will help children and their families apply the development of good habits in their daily thoughts and routines.
The Presentation of Living Ideas:
Putting each student in contact with living ideas through the exposure to the great authors, scientists, mathematical principles, nature, artists, poets, and musicians is a hallmark of a classical approach to education.
The Science of Relations in the 21st Century:
Students have natural connections with the world around them. We purpose to cultivate these connections by giving them the opportunity to discover unity within all the core subjects. The Science of Relations is the manner in which we help children discover truths from the past and how these truths can interconnect with the world and people around them in the 21st Century.
Children should experience a Science of Relations as they engage with one another, their world, and time-tested great ideas through a generous curriculum (a truly liberal arts and sciences education).