New Courses and Content

The Seven Liberal Arts

Andrew Kern with Christopher Perrin

In this course Andrew Kern along with Christopher Perrin present the history, meaning, and application of the seven liberal arts, which both like to call the seven liberating arts. This course should release In November, 2018.

School Leadership

Keith Nix with Robyn Burlew

In this course, head of school Keith Nix and upper school head Robyn Burlew of the Veritas School in Richmond share their insights about how to lead and operate a thriving classical school. This course should release In November, 2018.

A Brief History of Classical Education

with Dr. Matthew Post

Dr. Post is the director of the graduate program for classical educators at the University of Dallas and professor of philosophy. This brief course will acquaint you with the essential history of the tradition of classical education.

Added in the Last 6 Months

Singapore Math

with Dawn Swartz

Dawn is the grammar school principal at Covenant Christian Academy in PA and lover of math. She also loves Singapore Math and offers her remarkable Singapore Math training in this course.

Urban Classical Education

with Russ Gregg

Russ Gregg is the pioneer head of school of Hope Academy in Minneapolis, MN–a school that provides classical education to almost 500 inner city students. This course will help inspire and guide those who have a vision for doing the same in other urban settings.

The Catholic Tradition of Classical Education

with Dr. Andrew Seeley

Around the nation, Catholic schools are starting to recover and renew classical education. In this course, Dr. Andrew Seeley, tutor at Thomas Aquinas College traces the Catholic tradition of education and its ongoing renewal.

Essential Philosophy for Classical Educators

with Dr. David Schenk

Dr. Schenk is a philosophy professor at Messiah College with a penchant for clear, logical thinking who is also possessed by a great love for truth. This is an essential class for all classical educators.

Our New ClassicalU App!

The ClassicalU App

Take Your Learning with You–on Either an Apple or Android Phone!

  • Save data–you can stream course audio only
  • Is your internet spotty? You can download course video or audio for later playback
  • There is no need to a squint–you can view the videos in full screen mode
  • Take it with you–now you can do dishes or mow the lawn while listening to the audio
  • Find it here on iTunes (for Apple phones)
  • Find here on Google Play (for Android phones)

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