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Officially Finished Accreditation Work

This morning, I met with our two evaluators from Cognia for an hour for our final leadership meeting. They asked me if the accreditation process…

The Ideal Master of the Mediaeval University

“According to Saint Thomas, he who teaches in school is a magister. The name implies that he is an artisan, a “maker” whose occupation is…

Ivy League Schools Hate Christians?

American Christians have a habit of justifying their unsuccessful schools and neglect of study by claiming that top universities are biased against them. Well, I’m…

Euclid, Proposition I.4

Proposition I.4 presents Euclid’s proof of what is called the “Side-Angle-Side Theorem” in modern schools. The question students often ask is in Classical Geometry, when…

My College Experience

When I was an undergrad student, I once had a Latin professor hand me the chalk and ask me to explain participles to the class.…

Accreditation Work is Finished

Our evaluator marked every task complete this afternoon. The accreditation process is finished.

One Last Hurdle for Accreditation

This morning, my Standards self-evaluation was accepted by our evaluators at Cognia. This was the most difficult part of the accreditation application process, wherein I…