For the 2022-2023 school year we begin Tracks 1 and 4. Students in grades 7th and above are welcome to participate in the program. Our Classical Education Program is designed to study Christian history and the great written works of history and thinkers throughout western civilization.
Course descriptions will be posted soon
Omnibus I is for 7th-10th grade students who have never taken an Omnibus course. This year we will explore Biblical and Classical Civilizations starting with Gilgamesh and ending with Julius Caesar. We will be diving into Genesis, Exodus, Luke, Acts and Revelation. This is a fantastic way to ease into the Omnibus program.
It is recommended that students take both Primary and Secondary Courses.
In this course we read the Narnia Chronicles by C.S. Lewis, Till We Have Faces, The Best Things In Life by Peter Kreeft, and much more! Designed to compliment Omnibus I Primary, this class takes us through classic literature and books in the Bible to increase our Christian understanding and deepen our faith.
Our veteran Omnibus students meet again for an exploration through Ancient Civilizations. We start with the Iliad and end with the Annals of Imperial Rome. We explore books of the Bible such as Job, Proverbs and Colossians. We read great thinkers such as Plato and Euclid. We continue with our Socratic Discussion style and get into some quality writing as well. This class will challenge our minds like never before! I can't wait to dive into this with all of you!
We are now embarking on the next edition of Omnibus with excited anticipation - we get to journey into many books of the Bible and then read books such as Death on the Nile, The Lost World, Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea, and Phantastes. This is going to be a great time of discussion and learning!
Thinking deep thoughts...why is it important? What purpose does it serve? Who are the great thinkers of our time and what on earth did they think? This course provides a brief overview of 25 of the best known philosophers, an understanding of what philosophy is, and an opportunity for students to begin to form their own philosophical ideas. See Course Descriptions for curriculum and more details.
students are required to attend a CE track meeting before beginning courses