This year in history: 1917

Article from The Classical Difference http://www.classicaldifference.com/century-watch-summer-2017/ The Progressive Era (approximately 1890–1920) ushered in some of the most profound changes in American history. For schools, it meant a change in focus from classical to progressive, from mind to matter, from the individual to the society, from God to man. The Lincoln School, founded in 1917, is…

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The Classical Difference

Many times in history, classical Christian education has civilized, or re-civilized cultures with the potency of a Christian worldview. We’re living in a civilization increasingly more like ancient Rome than like a Christian nation. We need to return to an educational model that has proven affective in transforming hostile cultures and creating worshipers of Christ….

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Much Ado About Nothing

This quarter, the 7th grade class studied the life and works of William Shakespeare. They performed two scenes from one of Shakespeare’s most beloved comedies, “Much Ado About Nothing.” In the Sicilian town of Messina, the wealthy and kindly Leonato, along with his daughter, Hero, and niece Beatrice, has welcomed a group of soldiers who…

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