At Dominion’s annual benefit auction and dinner, I delivered a version of the following remarks about education. A school’s work is education, which is an idea not an object. In other words, education cannot be apprehended by the senses; you can’t see or taste or touch ‘education.’ That can make it difficult to talk about, [...]
What is classical education?
Classical education is built on an appreciation for language, history, and classic literature. It's designed to teach students how to learn.Read More
Is Dominion right for your family? Come and DISCOVER DOMINION at our next family information meeting. The next meeting will be July 25 at 7pm. Please RSVP to the school office (770.338.7945) or email@example.com.
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Latin is a language, Dead as Dead Can Be, First it Killed the Romans, Now It’s Killing Me. This doggerel verse, scrawled in Latin textbooks for many years, betrays more than a momentary frustration with a class. It suggests that studying Latin might not be worth our time. Parents generally put it more gently, but [...]
Most of you probably remember the term Trivium from your Discover Dominion meeting (lo, these many moons ago). You may even remember that classical education as Dominion practices it depends on the Trivium. You may even remember what it means (“three ways”). If you don’t, no fear. Put most simply, the Trivium is a road map for a complete education [...]
Three years ago, our school was half its current size, with no Logic School, no Arrowsmith program, and no building of its own. Three years ago, we also embarked on a three-year accreditation journey with the Georgia Association of Christian Schools (GACS). Today, we reached our destination, an important milestone in our history. We are [...]