Resources to Learn and Grow

The ACCS maintains an extensive repository of information, speeches, web resources, video, and articles that will help those interested in classical Christian education grow in understanding.

Difference2016-Summer03 Published Quarterly, this magazine is available online, through your ACCS Member School, and by subscription.  You might be surprised how much is happening in classical Christian education nationally and around the world.
Classis Published quarterly, this journal is for educators and thinkers who want to delve into the details and understand classical Christian education as a practitioner, or as a curious parent.  We mail this only to schools, but anyone can view it online.
accs_letters_230x300The nation’s largest gathering of teachers, administrators, parents, friends, and students, sponsored by the ACCS.
ForumPublished monthly, these are available only to ACCS members with information vital to schools, including classifieds, legal briefs, events, and other timely information.  Forum represents the e-mail provided to member schools every month with people seeking jobs, classifieds for equipment or curriculum, and other “wanted” or “available” items.
NEW SIMPLIFIED ACCS 2016With 20+ years of conference recordings, video recordings, and materials from guests and insiders alike, we picked some favorites we thought you would enjoy.  This selection is available to anyone.  Members have access to our extensive library of recordings, indexed and searchable to find the right recording for training, inspiration, or just learning.
ACCS PapersPublished on topics of concern, these papers provide insights into the ACCS’s view on matters from school Vouchers, charter schools, Christian doctrine, and uniforms (to name a few).  These papers may be freely reproduced by member schools without permission.  Attribution is required.  These are freely available to the public as well.
The ACCS has many friends and partners with excellent resources for classical Christian education.  Feel free to browse these links, and if you find something really interesting, drop us a line.  If they ask, tell them you found them on the ACCS website.
ltol_coverThere is no “ACCS curriculum.” Contact these ACCS member schools and affiliate business members for your curriculum needs.