A Joyous Lent to All!
The Classical Learning Resource Center (FB) “Fall Term Registration Opening Soon!
Is it Spring?
The snow is melting, the birds are singing, and the chickens are still laying lots of eggs! We’re hoping that spring is really here and we don’t return to a few more weeks of winter. As the sun comes out, and the warmth returns, our goats love to sit outside and bask in its rays. It’s time like this that I begin to wish I were a goat!
CLRC Fall 2014 Registration Now Open
Registration is now open for CLRC Greek, Latin, and Literature and Composition classes. We still have a few more fall classes we’re working on, and will get information on those to you soon, but the core language and literature classes are ready to go. With 9 levels of Latin, 7 levels of Literature and Composition, and 5 levels of Classical Greek we have a fit for everyone! For Course Descriptions and Registration information visit the CLRC website here: Classical Learning Resource Center
CLRC Summer Registration to Open Soon
We’ll write again soon with more information about our summer classes – including a survey to get feedback from you as to the summer classes you’d most like to see offered by the CLRC. We’ll be offering some old favorites and some exciting new possibilities as well. Keep your eyes out for that and please feel free to share it with your friends and homeschool groups when it comes out.
Live, Interactive, Online Classes with Exceptional Faculty
CLRC online classes are live, interactive, and available to anyone with internet access. All CLRC faculty have advanced degrees (Masters, Ph.D., or Teaching Credential) and extensive teaching experience. You’ll find biographical sketches of our outstanding faculty here: CLRC Faculty
Class schedules, enrollment information and more are available on the Classical Learning Resource Center website here:http://clrchomeschool.com/.
Please forward to anyone else that might be interested in CLRC classes!”
Of all holy works, the education of children is the most holy.
- St. Theophan the Recluse
Additionally CLRC Greek and Latin instructor, Anne Van Fossen, was interviewed on Ancient Faith Radio. To hear her interview click here.