Classis Quarterly Journal

Classis Published quarterly, this journal is for educators and thinkers who want to delve into the details and understand classical Christian education on a deeper level.  We mail this only to schools, but current and back issues are available and searchable online by our members on the Member Resource Center (MRC).

Below is a previous issue of Classis to view as an example.

2016 Volume XXIII, No. 4 (Winter)

  • Hiding God’s Word In Their Hearts: An Apologetic for Scripture Memory in the Upper School
    by Karen T. Moore, Grace Academy
  • The Role of Faculty in Admission
    by Independent School Management (ISM)
  • Unlearning: Challenging Assumptions
    by Douglas Wilson, Christ Church
  • Why Do Parents Choose A School?
    by ACCS Staff
  • The Great Advantage of Latin and Greek
    by Sentential Antiquae
  • Classroom Discussion and the Fiery Headdress
    by Laura Young, Providence Classical Christian School
  • Transcending Human Imagination: The Embodiment of Heroism Manifest in Christ
    by Bailey Vaughn, Evangel Classical Christian School


Members can view Classis archives in the Member Resource Center (MRC).