Classical Curriculum

A Coherent Approach

The classical curriculum helps students develop a historical understanding of human society through mutually reinforcing subjects. History, Literature, and Religion classes frequently overlap in the eras they cover, the themes they discuss, and the lessons they teach.

Ninth Grade

Freshmen year focuses on the ancient world and the basic elements of civilization. Here they dive deep into the context of Greek, Jewish, and Roman culture.

  • Ancient History
  • Ancient Literature
  • Scripture
  • Latin
  • Geometry
  • Biology

Tenth Grade

Sophomore year introduces students to the rich history of the medieval world and prepares them to ascend to higher realms of thought through public speaking, and research projects.

  • Medieval History and Literature
  • Church History
  • Public Speaking
  • Latin
  • Algebra II
  • Chemistry
  • Logic

Eleventh Grade

Junior year opens the students to the great transformation of society and prepares them for the challenges of the modern world.

  • Modern History
  • British Literature
  • Morality & Catholic Social Teaching
  • Latin
  • Economics
  • Pre-calculus
  • Anatomy and Physiology

Twelfth Grade

Senior year prepares our students to step out into the world with confidence.

  • American History and Government
  • American Literature
  • Bioethics and Apologetics
  • Philosophy
  • Statistics and Probability
  • Physics
  • Calculus