Traditional, Liberal Arts Education as the Most Daring Reform of All
In the era of thinking public schools should be focused on “21st-century-skills” and preparing American students to be “college and career ready,” Diana Senechal writes true education reform should be a return to a traditional approach to education, without adopting fads. Ms Senechal suggests we examine education’s meaning, purpose, and content and advocates a content-based education core in the liberal arts and sciences acknowledging the value of tradition.
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Honoring Our Veterans
As part of our American Classical Education, Ascent Classical students honor the intellectual and moral inheritance from the western tradition, pointing to the timeless truths and principles espoused by our forefathers. They study our founding documents and learn how the courage of our founding fathers and military created the free and flourishing republic we enjoy today.
Annual Notice of Proposed School Budgets (2022-2023)
Pursuant to C.R.S. 22-44-109 and guidance from the schools’ authorizer CSI, the proposed 22-23 budget is being kept on file in the admin offices at
Rising Above The Prevailing Culture
Enrollment season provides a chance to meet prospective parents, answer their questions, and get to know what they are looking for in a school.
What are the Liberal Arts and Why is this Education Indispensable for Our Children and Country?
Translated from the Latin, artes liberals, the liberal arts are those subjects or skills that in classical antiquity were considered essential and worthy for a free man in order to take an active part in civic life.