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The Academy of Classical Christian Studies

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At its root, all of our planning comes from two foundational principals: A bedrock commitment to our mission (assisting parents in shaping students’ affections for Truth, Goodness, and Beauty, for the benefit of man and the glory of Jesus Christ), and love of neighbor (including students, teachers, parents, and other members of the community).
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You go with our blessing into these summer months.  I can say with pride and with confidence—our teachers, by the grace of God, have done well by us.  They have kept us on a trajectory of loving attention to children in a time of anxiety and fear.  I cannot thank them enough. 
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A classical Christian education should honor the authority inherent in education by teaching self-rule (after all, it’s been said that free people rule themselves). Self-rule, of course, does not come naturally but is learned, and learned first through the loving discipline and authority of parents and family, something Hans Christian Andersen seems to have given...
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A crest is more than a random piece of art or logo; it should be a thoughtful and memorable symbol of the best characteristics of the institution it represents. Read more about our crest...
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