Overview

 


Primary School (K-2) Reading, writing, spelling, and arithmetic are the foundation of our primary program, and they are given the highest priority in K-2, together with memorization of Catholic prayers and catechism questions. 


Grammar School (3-6) The study of Latin as well as the history of the Greeks, Romans, and Middle Ages round out the Grammar School years. Students continue to learn speed and accuracy in math, reading comprehension, writing skills, and vocabulary acquisition, and they work to memorize poetry and catechism. 


Upper School (7-8) In the Upper School years students learn to apply all the knowledge they have received. Students read primary authors: Homer, Virgil, Dante, etc. They continue to learn Latin. In addition to rigorous science and math courses, they also practice how to make, form, and support arguments and hone their writing skills.

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