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Classical Christian Education Resources

Resources on Classical Christian Education

Below is a small selection of our recommended reading, podcasts, and websites for those interested in learning more. 
 

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“The Lost Tools of Learning” by Dorothy Sayers

“The Abolition of Man” by C.S. Lewis

“The Seven Laws of Teaching” by John Gregory

“Classical Education: The Movement Sweeping America” by Gene Edward Veith, Jr. and Andrew Kern

“The Liberal Arts Tradition” by Kevin Wayne Clark and Ravi Scott Jain

ONLINE

Learn more about the education survey results from the Cardus Study: The Good Soil

Society for Classical Learning

Association of Christian and Classical Schools

The Classical Difference

PODCASTS

Check out these podcasts for great interviews and thoughts on classical

Circe Institute

BaseCampLive

Frequently Asked Questions

Each fall, we have approximately 30 spots for new junior and senior kindergarten students, as well as 18 spots for new 6th grade students. We will know the available spots on February 1, after current parents have completed re-enrollment. 

We are so very grateful for the Lord’s blessing for Westminster Academy with an increasing enrollment and interest in our school. However, we still want to encourage families who have interest in our school! Please submit an application so your student can be placed in our wait pool. Through the application process, we will be able to get to know you and your family better. Should spots become available, they will be filled from the pool of applicants with completed packets in the Wait Pool. We very much look forward to meeting you and partnering with you on this important journey!

For the 2023-2024 school year, we anticipate wait pools for the following grades: 4th & 5th

Our admissions committee will consider your application only when all required documents, testing, recommendations, records, and writing samples (as applicable to grade) are received. The first round of acceptances will be communicated on Feb. 15. After Feb. 15, we will communicate as soon as possible after the entire completed packet is received.

We ask that applicants for junior kindergarten turn 4 by June 1 and applicants for kindergarten turn 5 by June 1. We rely much more heavily on the results of our developmental assessment than a chronological date, however, so please contact us if you have questions about your child. 

Yes! Approximately 40% of our students receive some form of tuition assistance. Please apply if your family has need.  

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