Classical Education Requires a Classical Home

Classical Education Requires a Classical Home

THE SCHOOL AND THE HOME

The school and the home must work in concert with one another in order for this educational model to “take root” in our students’ hearts and minds. A well-ordered school curriculum, and a well-ordered classroom will be less effective if the home from which the students come fails to reinforce that learning at best, or actively works to undermine it at worst.

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Paratus Christmas Concert

Paratus Christmas Concert

End of year Christmas Concert

The Paratus Classical Academy Christmas Concert was held at Christ Evangelical Presbyterian Church (CEPC). We want to thank CEPC for graciously hosting this year's event. The Christmas show was directed by Stephanie Cook, Hannah Lu, and accompanist Michael McKenna.

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L&R Q2 Update

L&R Q2 Update

Logic & Rhetoric

L&R students will have a working lunch while teachers present all Q2 updates including adjustments to syllabi pacing, project rubrics, and any other Q2 notifications. Parents are not required to attend but are welcome to bring a lunch and join us.

TIME: 11:15-12:15 PM

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Q2 Parent Update (All grades)

Q2 Parent Update (All grades)

Parent Update (All Grades)

The Q2 Parent Update will be held at the Secondary Campus (I-10) in the Chapel. Q2 Documents (Long Range Plans and project rubrics) will be posted to the grade level "handouts" section in ClassReach. Parents of children in all grades are encouraged to attend.

TIME: from 2:00-5:00 PM

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Grateful is Dead

Grateful is Dead

“Be the One”

Luke 17:11-19 provides a very useful story to help us understand how prone we are to thinking selfishly.  Jesus approaches a town and comes upon ten lepers. Rather than yell, “Unclean, unclean,” as Jewish law required, the lepers cried out, “Jesus, Master, have mercy on us.”  Jesus says to them, “Go, show yourself to the priests.”

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