School Choice - Why You Want It and How It Could Work

by Brian Hodges on Aug 8, 2018 6:49:00 PM

Americans love choices. We have hundreds of choices on cable television. Streaming services like Pandora and Spotify have exponentially increased our musical choices. If you buy a new car, you can choose from many options. And the...
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Why Latin? It Sets the Foundation for Higher Education

by David Laylor on Jul 27, 2018 6:47:00 PM

Magistra Melinda Allen is a Latin teacher and an educator with substantial experience teaching students of many ages. With nine years of experience teaching Latin, Melinda is also one of Veritas Collegiate Academy’s most established...
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Classical Christian Education - An Answer to My Prayers

by Janet Garcia on Jul 9, 2018 8:52:00 AM

Our three beautiful children have attended Veritas Collegiate Academy (VCA) for the last three years. Before VCA we had been homeschooling for two years. I had a fifth grader and two kindergartners and managing the attention needed...
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Five Benefits of a Small, Private School

by David Laylor on Jun 24, 2018 8:22:46 AM

As a military family, we have moved on average every two years and endured many deployments. When our 4-year-old was about to enter Kindergarten, we contemplated how to navigate Navy life, and how to make transitions easier on our...
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Three Key Benefits of a Private, Faith-based Education

by David Laylor on Jun 19, 2018 7:04:34 PM

Lately, there has been increased discussion about school vouchers and school choice; however, there are some vocal opponents of private education. In 2013, Slate Magazine published an article, “If You Send Your Child to a Private...
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The Classical Model - Naturally Designed for Academic Excellence

by David Laylor on Jun 14, 2018 10:14:46 PM

Classical education is designed to achieve academic excellence. Many have written on the subject of classical education, but this article will, hopefully, provide elementary insight if you are unfamiliar with the classical model....
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Putting Together the Pieces of The Reading Puzzle

by Sheri Antoskow on Mar 4, 2018 12:00:00 PM

Learning to read is like a puzzle. A child’s brain has to combine all the phonemes, letters, and pictures to understand unknown words and learn that the words on the page are describing the pictures on the page. One of the best things...
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Classical Education - The Best Preparation for STEM

by Christine Dewitt on Jan 26, 2018 7:30:53 AM

Once again, in the spirit of “I couldn’t have said it better myself”, I am reprinting below an article by Dr. Christopher Perrin on Classical education and STEM:
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C.S. Lewis & The Abolition of Man

by Christine Dewitt on Jan 10, 2018 11:39:49 AM

Over the Christmas break I had the pleasure of working my way through a stack of accumulating ‘must reads’ and re-reads on my desk at home. One of these was a slim volume by C.S. Lewis entitled The Abolition of Man.
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In Honor of Martin Luther, Here Are 4 Issues to Nail to the Door

by Brian Hodges on Oct 31, 2017 9:42:07 PM

Exactly 500 years ago, Martin Luther nailed his 95 theses on the chapel door in Wittenberg, Germany. He made a profound statement, and was excommunicated for it, but his actions changed the world. In honor of his contribution to the...
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