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Discover a clear path toward mastery as a classical educator.

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Introduction to Classical Education

Explore the rich tradition.

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The Liberal Arts Tradition

Discover a robust paradigm for classical, Christian education.

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The Ambrose Curriculum Guide

Explore a complete K-12 classical curriculum guide.

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Begin Your Journey toward Mastery.

Level 1

Apprentice

Begin your journey toward mastery.

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Level 2

Journeyman

Continue your journey toward mastery.

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Level 3

Master

Train to mentor and lead other teachers.

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Level L

Leader

Grow as a leader or administrator.

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What is ClassicalU?

Dr. Christopher Perrin explains in this short video.

What You Get by Enrolling

Over 20 Self-Paced Courses

Continue to grow as a classical educator or leader with interactive courses that inspire and inform.

New Content Every Month

Whether it's new courses, conversations, or interviews, we are always releasing new content to help you grow.

The Ambrose Curriculum Guide

This remarkable guide provides you with 250 course guides for every class in a K–12 school or homeschool.

Downloadable Resources

Download tests, forms, planning guides, checklists, and other files associated with our courses or in our library. 

ClassicalU Community

Engage other educators and administrators in conversation and share ideas and resources.

Promotional Videos

Access professsionally-designed videos that promote classical education to grow your school or co-op.

Learn with These Mentors

Training starts with these veteran classical educators.

Karen Moore

Karen has over 15 years of experience teaching Latin and has published multiple Latin textbooks. She has also served numerous schools through her consulting and teacher training seminars and currently serves as an Upper School Lead Teacher at Grace Academy in Georgetown, Texas.

Ravi Jain, MA

Ravi is a veteran classical educator and teaches math and physics at the Geneva School of Orlando. He is the coauthor of The Liberal Arts Tradition and speaks often on science and math pedagogy and curriculum.

Kevin Clark, DLA

Kevin is Academic Dean at the Geneva School of Orlando, where he has also taught theology, literature, and rhetoric. Kevin is the coauthor of the The Liberal Arts Tradition and speaks regularly at classical education conferences and retreats.

Stephen Turley, PhD

Stephen is a veteran classical educator who teaches rhetoric, Greek, and theology at Tall Oaks Academy in Delaware and aesthetics at Eastern University. Dr. Turley’s book Awakening Wonder traces the origins of truth, goodness, and beauty in education.

Joshua Gibbs

Joshua is a frequent writer, publishing film reviews with FilmFisher.com and regular articles with the Circe Institute blog. Josh serves as an upper school humanities educator at the Veritas School in Richmond, Virginia.

Jason Edwards, PhD

Jason is a professor of the history and philosophy of education at Grove City College in Western Pennsylvania. Jason serves on the board of the Society for Classical Learning.

Flora Armetta, PhD

Flora is an art historian and literature educator at Covenant Christian Academy in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. She is a published writer and a specialist in Victorian literature.

Jolie Hodge

Jolie is a logic and rhetoric teacher with more than 18 years of teaching experience. She is the co-author of The Art of Argument and The Discovery of Deduction and currently teaches logic and rhetoric online through Scholé Academy.

David Deiner, PhD

David is the Head of School at Grace Academy in Georgetown, Texas. David did his PhD in philosophy and the philosophy of education and is the author of Plato: The Great Philosopher-Educator.

Chris Perrin, PhD

Christopher is the publisher and CEO of Classical Academic Press and a consultant to classical schools and homeschools around the country. He is also the author of several books on classical education.

Andrew Elizalde

Andrew is the Academic Dean at Covenant Classical School in Fort Worth, Texas. Andrew is a veteran mathematics teacher and is featured in our course Teaching Math Classically.

Robyn Burlew, MEd

Robyn is the Upper School Principal and Academic Dean at the Veritas School in Richmond, Virginia. A seasoned classical educator, she is featured in our course on the Essentials of Effective Teaching.

What is ClassicalU?

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Explore These Courses

Introduction to Classical Education

with Dr. Christopher Perrin

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The Liberal Arts Tradition

with Dr. Kevin Clark & Ravi Jain

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Teaching Math Classically

with Andrew Elizalde and Bill Carey

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