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It is critically important for parents to remember that, according to the teaching of the Roman Catholic Church, they are ultimately responsible for their children’s education. Children do not belong to teachers, schools, the community, or the government. A school’s only purpose is to enter into a partnership with the family in a very narrow, and delegated...
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imagine
The mission of Catholic classical schools like the Regina Academies is first and foremost to nurture better human beings by forming their moral imagination in faith and reason. Lest parents fear that their children will not receive the education they need for success in life (the failed promise of public education), an education that forms...
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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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