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Online Courses




Scholé Academy will seek to cultivate meaningful discussion and restful learning—online. Our teachers are skilled at leading discussions as well as presenting clear and pithy lectures as needed. But they all are concerned to ensure that students will learn without anxiety with a loving engagement of literature, language, history, and other arts. Scholé Academy seeks to instill student virtues of humility, courage, perseverance, love, and temperance—the prerequisites for being a true student. We believe student work can be rigorous without being frenetic, monotonous, and worrisome.


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Online Courses

This 2015 class list for Scholé Academy is now available. These courses are taught with a goal of fostering loving engagement with the art being taught. Upper school courses (ages 12 and up) feature meaningful discussion lead by trained and experienced Socratic teachers, who are masters of their discipline.

The word scholé (pronounced skoh-LAY) comes from a Greek word that means “restful learning” with the connotation of “contemplation,” “conversation,” and “reflection.” Ironically, it is also the basis for our English word school—which no longer holds for us the idea of restful learning, conversation, and contemplation.

We encourage you to try an online course where we put the scholé back into school.

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Scholé Academy Teachers


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Online Courses

Format and features of each course which is hosted on Thinker's Cap Academy:

  • Self-paced course of the entire Latin for Children program
  • Integrated review and assessment
  • Automatic correcting and grading
  • Integrated video of Latin teacher (Dr. Christopher Perrin)
  • Integrated audio of vocabulary chants and Latin maxims
  • Integrated activity and worksheets
  • Downloadable PDFs

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