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Formation in Virtue
Carlo is the perfect model of virtue for young people today. He was a typical teen who loved to play soccer, loved video games, action films and animals. His motto, however, “To always be close to Jesus” was indeed extraordinary.
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The Trivium
For millennia, the trivium has remained the most effective structure for educational success. It prepares students for lifelong learning because if provides the tools necessary to become self-learners.
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Wonder
In Catholic classical schools wonder is encouraged as an essential part of learning. It is made the center of a child’s motivation. Through wonder students are guided to a greater understanding of themselves as God’s unique creation, and to the magnificent design of the world around them.
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Patriotism
If piety is the generous response to God’s spiritual blessings, patriotism is a generous response to the gift of our homeland that has formed our national character.
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Education or Subversion?
Public education only appears to be free. Its ultimate cost is immeasurable if it results in a child being stolen away from their family and losing the greatest opportunity they could ever have… the opportunity to grow in faith and holiness, and to learn to be truly free in Jesus Christ.
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Why of Classical Education
If the WHY of a classical education is to form joyful saints, then student’s potential becomes boundless, because they are formed open to God's grace.
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innovation in education
Progressive education’s academic elites continue to fail the most disadvantaged with innovation in education the promises provide a better education for students, the latest of which has been Common Core. The Association of Christian Classical Schools (ACCS) has published research that shows how much better classically educated students do on standardized tests compared to those...
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Faith and Reason
St. John Paul II began the 13th of his 14 encyclical letters, Fides et Ratio (Faith and Reason) with a beautiful image of the importance of both faith and reason in humanity’s quest for truth. He said that: “Faith and reason are like two wings upon which the human spirit rises to the contemplation of truth; and God...
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Summer
During the summer, conversations around the pool, at the beach, and with family and friends almost always seem to gravitate toward our children and their schools, and the inevitable question of why families would give their children a Catholic classical education at a small school like the Regina Academies. Here are a few talking points...
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The Incarnation
As the defining moment of human history, and the event that illuminates the mystery of humanity, the Incarnation is the curriculum of a Catholic liberal education.
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