At a Glance, what is a Classical Education?
• It is language-intensive, not image-focused; it demands thatstudents use and understand words,not video images.
• It is history-intensive, providing students with a comprehensive view of human endeavor from the beginning until now.
• It trains the mind to analyze and draw conclusions.
• It demands self-discipline.
• It produces literate, curious, intelligent students who have a wide range of interests and the ability to follow up on them.
–The Well-Trained Mind, p xx
For more in-depth reading and undersanding of the philosophy and practium behind a "Classical Education" please follow the link below to the attached pdf.