Into the Deep leads summer & fall adventures infused with Theology of the Body insight for teens, middle school girls, and adults! Jen Messing leads each trip-retreat and she will be presenting a summary of content on Saturday June 1 at 8:30 am.
(Check it out: the registration deadline for the Grade 6-8 Girls Hiking & Caves retreat is here!)
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Come visit us to find many uniquely Catholic gifts. Homemade Catholic quilts, baby gifts, adoration bags, pillowcases and other superbly crafted items as well as a brand new intriguing Catholic novel.
For the first time, this summer Thomas Aquinas College’s High School Great Books program will be offered in two locations — at the College’s California campus, just 70 miles north of Los Angeles, and at its new campus in Massachusetts, 100 miles west of Boston.
For two weeks at each location, rising high school seniors from around the country and abroad will delight in spirited conversation, engaging firsthand some of the best works of the past 2,500 years. They will read and discuss texts selected from the masters of the Western intellectual tradition, including Plato, Euclid, Shakespeare, Pascal, and St. Thomas Aquinas. Although the different venues will feature attractions and outings particular to their locales, both will be centered around the College’s unique program of Catholic liberal education.
Whether on the West Coast or East, the High School Summer Program is a time for forging new friendships, for enjoying the give and take of rational argument, and for pursuing the truth, which civilizes, ennobles, and liberates.
There are still spots available on both coasts, so apply now!
Schola Rosa offers three basic services: a home study curriculum, a co-op program, and an online academy. The curriculum used in home, co-op, and academy is the same, allowing for easy transition between the entities as family needs change.
Our mission is docere ut salventur ~ "Education for Salvation" carried out in obedience and fidelity to the Catholic Church. Our philosophy of education is a unique mix of Charlotte Mason, Classical and Scholastic insights, Thomistic Realism, and common sense. As a business, we strive to provide well made, cost effective, and professional products and services.
Please browse the site and contact us with any questions at firstname.lastname@example.org. May God bless your educational endeavors.
IEW's mission is to equip teachers and teaching parents with methods and materials which will aid them in training their students to become confident and competent communicators and thinkers.
Using the four language arts—listening, speaking, reading, and writing—IEW methods have been proven to be effective for students of all ages and levels of ability, including those who are gifted, have special needs, or are English language learners.
Listen. Speak. Read. Write. Think!
Keith Lloyd Brown, author of his new book, The Business of Your Life: A Young Christian’s
Guide to Financial Literacy, will be there to autograph copies.
Conference attendees qualify for a promotional discount.
Great book for your teen!
We want to hear you Speaking Proudly!
Learn more at our Curriculum Fair table or go to: speakingproudly.org
SOC Mission: Seeds of Change, Inc. (SOC) is a Minnesota 501(C)(3) non-profit corporation with a mission to influence high school students to pursue science-related careers by immersing them in original research experiences that ignite in each student a passion for science. SOC programs deliberately relate real-world problems of enormous consequences for mankind to student research. Our mission is to use these authentic, original research experiences to begin a process of changing the way science is taught in our secondary school systems.
Tropical Field Research Immersion Program: During the Seeds of Change Tropical Rainforest Research Program, students are immersed in a hands-on field research program that takes advantage of the immense biodiversity of the tropical rainforest. They learn how to apply the scientific method while collaborating with team members to establish their original research question as well as the experimental design for their project. Students work together to implement the steps effectively and learn how to work as a team to overcome challenges and rebound from failures within resource and time constraints, just as in any real-world project. They use statistics to validate the results of their experiments and give presentations showing the results of their work, just like any research scientist would!