ACCS Publication Classis

CLASSIS Submissions

Submit an Article for Classis or Commonplace

Published three times per year, Classis is a journal promoting a new “old way” and is designed to edify, support, and encourage educators around the world who seek to recover classical Christian education in the twilight of the West.

The recovery of things old also brings a second sight, a new way of seeing the thing that was discarded. This is part of our mission at Classis. We are seeking Christian scholars who wish to edify others in the recovery of the “paideia of the Lord” and who also enjoy adding an eloquent voice to a “Great Conversation” that extends through time and space. We welcome the contributions of teachers and administrators who delight in the tradition of classical Christian learning, who are serious about incarnating the wisdom of the “old way,” and who wish to share their rediscoveries of that wisdom with the members and friends of the Association of Classical Christian Schools.

Classis is mailed to all member schools, and current and back issues are available and searchable online by our members on the Member Resource Center (MRC). Members can also request a personal copy.

Note on Submissions

Features and academic papers for Classis should include proper footnotes and citation (preferably in Chicago Style), and all submissions should include a short bio of the author. For student submissions to Commonplace, please include any relevant details regarding the assignment that prompted the work. Thank you for sharing your work with us!

CLASSIS or Commonplace Article Submission Form

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Describe your article. What is the thesis? How will it inform, encourage, or inspire ACCS members?
Accepted file types: pdf, doc, docx, txt, Max. file size: 10 MB.


Your submission may be used by ACCS in print and electronic media, now or hereafter existing, in any language, without time limitation. Your submission may be edited. You warrant that you are the sole owner of all the rights to the submission and have the authority to grant the rights herein without restriction, that the submission is your original work, and that the submission does not infringe or violate any copyright, right of privacy or publicity, or any other right of any third party, or contain any matter that is libelous or otherwise in contravention of the law. We may not acknowledge receipt of submissions. We keep material on file indefinitely. Selected materials may be published at any time in the future.
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