Integrated with Latin One sequence of concepts! The study of English grammar is an essential component in learning how to communicate. As the first way of the Trivium, Grammar provides students the opportunity to learn the rules of a language in order to express ideas in that language. This home study course complements and is complemented by Latin, Logic, Rhetoric, and Composition Courses.

Integrated with Latin Two! The study of English grammar is an essential component in learning how to communicate. Students must learn the rules of a language in order to express ideas in that language. This independent study course integrates the study of English grammar with that which is being taught in Latin, Logic, and Composition.

This thematic composition course is meant to accompany Great Books Primer: Intro to Western Civilization. The assignments require students to "reflect & write" on questions discovered in the readings and discussed in Socratic discussion.  For some assignments, the students are required to use an imitative writing approach, taught formally in our rhetoric class, to craft their essays in the mold of the writing of the authors read.  This course is not a formal class on writing, but is a supplement to our Great Books courses.
There is no live class component.  Grading & tutor time are available.

This thematic composition course is meant to accompany Great Books 1: Ancient & Classical Times. The assignments require students to "reflect & write" on questions discovered in the readings and discussed in Socratic discussion.  For some assignments, the students are required to use an imitative writing approach, taught formally in our rhetoric class, to craft their essays in the mold of the writing of the authors read.  This course is not a formal class on writing, but is a supplement to our Great Books courses.
Course activities include both composition and peer assessment.  There is no live class component.  Grading & tutor time are available.

This thematic composition course is meant to accompany Great Books 2: The Christian Age. The assignments require students to "reflect & write" on questions discovered in the readings and discussed in Socratic discussion.  For some assignments, the students are required to use an imitative writing approach, taught formally in our rhetoric class, to craft their essays in the mold of the writing of the authors read.  This course is not a formal class on writing, but is a supplement to our Great Books courses.
Course activities include both composition and peer assessment.  There is no live class component.  Grading & tutor time are available.

This thematic composition course is meant to accompany Great Books 3: Modern Times. The assignments require students to "reflect & write" on questions discovered in the readings and discussed in Socratic discussion.  For some assignments, the students are required to use an imitative writing approach, taught formally in our rhetoric class, to craft their essays in the mold of the writing of the authors read.  This course is not a formal class on writing, but is a supplement to our Great Books courses.
Course activities include both composition and peer assessment.  There is no live class component.  Grading & tutor time are available.

This thematic composition course is meant to accompany Great Books 4: The American Idea or Great Books 5: Return to Tradition. The assignments require students to "reflect & write" on questions discovered in the readings and discussed in Socratic discussion.  For some assignments, the students are required to use an imitative writing approach, taught formally in our rhetoric class, to craft their essays in the mold of the writing of the authors read.  This course is not a formal class on writing, but is a supplement to our Great Books courses.
Course activities include both composition and peer assessment.  There is no live class component.  Grading & tutor time are available.