Summer Classes with the Classical Learning Resource Center.
“Registration for Summer 2013 CLRC Classes is Now Open!
Miss Schroeder will be offering her extremely popular Summer Tolkien class again (we had to open up three sections last summer to satisfy the demand for that class!) as well as two courses in C.S. Lewis – one to focus on the Chronicles of Narnia and the other to study Mere Christianity,Surprised by Joy, Out of the Silent Planet, and Till We Have Faces. She is also offering a class in Shakespeare’s Romances and a Writer’s Boot Camp to help students keep up their writing skills over the summer.
Dr. Taylor is offering two classes this summer. One will provide the opportunity to experience the beauty and wonder of some of the best poetry ever written in English. The other will follow Socrates through his defense against the false charges brought against him and his last conversations with his followers in his prison cell before his death. If you’re in the Louisville, KY area you can hear Dr. Taylor first hand at the Climacus Conference this weekend (February 22-23) where he will be the keynote speaker.
We also offer summer tutoring in Classical Greek and Latin. If you’ve never taken Greek or Latin and would like to get your feet wet or if you’d like help to review classes you’ve already had, you can arrange for summer tutoring through the Classical Learning Resource Center. This is also a great option if you’ve had some exposure to Greek or Latin but are not quite ready for a Level 2 class. With some summer tutoring you may be able to enter a Level 2 class in the fall.
You’ll find detailed course descriptions and registration information for summer classes on the CLRC website now!
CLRC online classes are live, interactive, and available to anyone with internet access. You’ll find detailed course descriptions, faculty bios, class schedules, and more 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