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Two Harvard Grad Courses, Two A’s

This week, I finished my second grad course at Harvard and earned my second A, my final grade being a 98. I had a 100%…

Mission Accomplished

Yesterday, I shared the news that Cognia gave the Classical Liberal Arts Academy an IEQ score of 320, which is seventy points higher than the…

Religious Vocations Coming

I started the Classical Liberal Arts Academy 16 years ago, and we’re beginning to see the fruits. I’ve received two notes in the past two…

AI’s Copyright Problem

Many complain about students plagiarizing with ChatGPT, but the bigger question is whether ChatGPT is the real problem. Interesting article in the Gazette on AI…

Divinely Inspired Rhetoric

It’s challenging enough for us to think of the eternal God revealing Himself to human beings in human language in the Sacred Scriptures. When we…

Modern Academics Know What Catholics Deny (Video)

In the 19th-20th centuries, Popes called for the “restoration of Christian philosophy” (Leo XIII) and for the re-commitment to Scholastic Theology in Catholic seminaries (Pius…

My Note-taking Method Works

As an undergraduate back in the late 1990s, I was excused from attending classes because I could study independently, show up for exams and earn…

High School Students Can (and Should) Learn Greek

In the Classical Liberal Arts Academy, the classical languages are easily learned. There’s no excuse for Catholic students to not be able to read the…