Children learn what they live. If they learn in a classical school environment that promotes and models virtue while engaging in a time-tested curriculum, these children become people not only who have a sense of community but also who think for themselves and are prepared to assume their place as responsible citizens.
Students are taught how to learn and how to think – not what to think, but certainly what has been thought by great thinkers. Most importantly, classical education places emphasis on developing personal virtue which has a real lasting impact on the world. Read more from Kelly Boll’s piece on Personal Virtue in the Grosse Pointe News, and follow us on social media for more updates.