Over the course of Holy Week, many of you probably saw images and video clips of Notre Dame Cathedral engulfed in flame. As the heart of France required 400 firemen to save it from collapse, the world watched and wept.
When I played basketball in high school, the third quarter was always the most difficult eight minutes of game time. Any momentum our team built up in the first two quarters seemed impossible to maintain after that fifteen-minute break in
On Friday, March 1st, the students in the school of Logic, 12 parents, and a handful of Logic Teachers spent the day out in the Hill Country at Camp Buckner. As you may know, our current School of Logic is
One of the great things about our collaborative schedule is that co-teaching parents get to decide exactly how they’ll foster learning during their homeschool days each week. Every family goes about this differently, but the underlying elements of the curriculum