K-12

Catholic Identity K-12

The uncommon core of a Saint Mary’s education

Through the study of the liberal arts, students learn how to think and how to communicate, how to recognize patterns and how to make connections between subjects

Catholic Identity K-12

Little Flowers of faith in Alaska

The missionary spirit is alive and well in the Catholic Schools of Fairbanks, where the student body is split almost 50/50 between Catholics and non-Catholics

K-12 Opinion

The wake-up call of boarding school

Good boarding schools assume education as an ordered rule of life and thus hold a remarkable advantage over other schooling options

K-12 News

Education for dummies: Are schools standardizing to a low standard?

Chesterton told us 90 years ago that standardization by a low standard is the chief danger confronting the culture; he was right

K-12 News

Cleveland’s clarion call

A grassroots survey shows that Catholic schools need to form policies and curriculum around the Church’s philosophy and heritage of learning instead of the latest fad in secular models

K-12

An unrealistic divorce: education and relativism

If modern man is to regain his mooring, children must be taught that everything—from the cosmos to the cottonwood—is rife with meaning

K-12 Opinion

Teachers must learn to use ‘The Force’

With Star Wars, teachers have an opportunity to engage children’s hearts by permitting some fun in conversation, accepting their interests, and reinforcing friendship

K-12 News

Excluding Christ from the classroom

San Domenico’s ‘inclusive spiritual education’ ensures students will be taught things transient, rather than things eternal

K-12 News

Technology’s impact on students

If we are already alarmed at how technology is changing how we think and learn, get ready for unprecedented rapid changes

K-12 News

Catholic education: The Holy See goes back to the basics

Virtue and wisdom must be the guiding ends for our educational and parental duties