Classical Education is a term that refers to the education developed during the Renaissance. It differed from the Medieval education of the time before and it differs from what followed (the scientific/vocational education of modern times). Classical education has the following distinctive marks:
Experience the richness and wisdom of a Classical Education faithful to the academic, theological, and spiritual heritage of the Catholic Church.
The Great Books – from Ancient to Modern times -- are those books that constitute an essential foundation in Western Civilization. As a Catholic institution, Sedes Sapientiae School hands on to the students what it has received – the great stories of History and Literature, the beauty of the Fine Arts, and the wisdom of Philosophy and Theology.
Why we call our faculty "tutors"
Learning is an activity that the student does. A teacher can display knowledge, but it is up to the student to learn it.
The primary teachers at Sedes Sapientiae School are the authors of the Great Books. Our students learn directly from them. Our faculty act as tutors to guide students through what they are learning from their primary teachers.
Sedes Sapientiae School offers classes conducted in the Socratic or Seminar method in which the students and teacher engage in discussion rather than lecture.
Students and teachers will engage in the great discussions that formed Western Civilization. Discussion topics, such as the nature of man or the existence of God, will aid students to understand the texts and develop critical thinking.
The discussion process also cultivates the important skill of advancing a point of view while challenging others who hold a different opinion - all with a respectful, collaborative attitude ordered to discerning and recognizing Truth, Goodness, and Beauty.
Grade 6: World Literature:
Grades 7/8: American Literature [TBA]
Grade 9: Greek Literature:
Grade 10: Roman Literature:
Grade 11: Medieval Literature:
Grade 12: Modern Literature:
Grade 6: Science
Grade 7/8: Natural Science I & II
Natural History [TBA]
Grade 9: Natural History /
History of the Development of Scientific Thought
History of the Development of Scientific Thought:
Grade 10: Biology [TBA]
Grade 11: Chemistry:
Grade 12: Physics:
Grade 6: World History
Grades 7/8: US History I & II
Grade 9: Ancient Greek
Grade 10: Ancient Roman
Grade 11: Medieval
Grade 12: Modern
Sedes Sapientiae School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin in the administration of its educational policies, admission policies, financial aid programs, and athletic or any other school-administered programs.
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