CHRISTOPHER SCHLECT has worked in classical and Christian education for over thirty years. At his home institution, New Saint Andrews College, he serves as Head of Humanities and Director of the college’s graduate program in classical and Christian studies. He regularly teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in the areas of history, classical rhetoric, and education. He has also taught at Washington State University and presently serves on faculty of Gordon College’s Classical Graduate Leadership program. In addition to his work at the collegiate level, Schlect has many years of teaching experience at the secondary level. He chairs the ACCS Accreditation Commission and serves classical and Christian schools around the country through his consulting and teacher training activities. He and his wife, Brenda, have five grown children—all products of a classical and Christian education, as are their children’s spouses—and the number of their grandchildren is ever increasing.