The Classical Learning Resource Center is offering 4 new classes for Spring Semester (January 11th – May 14th 2010). In addition to new Latin 1 and Greek 1 classes the CLRC will offer two new high school level courses for the Spring Semester: “Critical Thinking”, and “God and the Philosophers”. Noted Christian author Matthew Gallatin (Thirsting for God in a Land of Shallow Wells) will be the instructor for both classes. These will complement current CLRC courses for Middle School and High School students in Latin and Greek, as well as Greek Mythology and Homer. Students with some previous background in Latin or Greek may be eligible to join ongoing CLRC classes in these subjects. New sections of Homer and Greek Mythology are also being offered. Registration for the Spring Semester (January 11- May 14) opened on November 5. Class sizes are limited for the purpose of quality instruction so early enrollment is encouraged.
The Classical Learning Resource Center, founded by Subdeacon John and Anne Van Fossen and Reader Matthew Gallatin is an online Resource Center for teachers and homeschoolers, dedicated to Christian education through Classical Learning. A classical education not only prepares students for the practical responsibilities of life, but also opens the door to a deeper understanding of humanity and faith.
To learn more about the school and/or to register for classes, visit the CLRC online at http://www.facebook.com/l/53825;www.clrchomeschool.com.