Further Reading and Links
Recent Articles of Interest
- Classical schools put Plato over iPad
- Excellence in Canadian math education - by way of Singapore
- Why university students need a well-rounded education
- The dangers of knowledge without wisdom
- The Dangerous Article for Boys
- Once Upon a Time at Home: Why you should read aloud to your children
- Will Rascals Defend Our Civilization… and What Books will they Read?
- A Classical Education: Back to the Future
- What Happens in Vagueness Stays in Vagueness
- How to Raise Boys Who Read
- Forget Mandarin. Latin is the key to success
Readings on Education
The following readings are helpful if you would like to learn more about the nature and importance of Classical Christian Education.
- "The Lost Tools of Learning," a speech by Dorothy Sayers that acted as a catalyst for renewed interest in classical education
- "Classical Education: Towards the Revival of American Schooling", an excerpt from a book on Classical Education by Gene Edward Veith Jr. and Andrew Kern of the Capital Research Center.
The following links have served as inspiration for the development of the curriculum at St. Timothy’s Classical Academy. Sources have been modified to complement the Canadian context and interdenominational character of the school.
- An Introduction to Classical Education: A Guide for Parents
- Association of Christian and Classical Schools
- Logos School (Reformed, with Select Curriculum Guides)
- Classical homeschooling curriculum
- Highlands Latin School (Christian inter-denominational)
- Memoria Press
- The Well-Trained Mind
- Angelicum Academy (Catholic)
- Augustine College
Note: While we strive to monitor the relevance and quality of the links above, St. Timothy's Classical Academy does not necessarily endorse, nor can be held responsible for their content.