WEFOUNDClassic Curriculum Reading Workbook Series 3 - Book 2 (Classic Curriculum: Reading, Series 3)


Use the arrow keys to control pac man to eat all the food in the maze. When you have eaten the red food, you can eat the ghosts as well.

Pinball Football combines the best of both pinball and soccer - line up your shot and kick a goal while collecting tons of bonus points from the bumpers and flippers!

Guide Flashman around the maze, eating all the dots and avoiding the ghosts. Eat power pills to turn the tables and eat the ghosts.

Throw away the textbooks! Well, not quite, but our classically-based curriculum focuses on studying the greatest spiritual, literary, artistic and cultural achievements of Western civilization by reading the original sources whenever possible, especially in high school.

The classical curriculum, combined with the study of Latin and Greek, brings intellectual knowledge of the Faith into the heart by introducing the student to the great works of Christendom and the pre-Christian masterpieces that influenced and inspired Catholic Europe. The intent and purpose is to deepen and strengthen the student's commitment to Catholicism and move the student, in the spirit of the Ignatian principle of emulation, to accomplish great deeds himself.The study of a classical curriculum serves several purposes. It:

The classical curriculum is implemented in phases . We introduce younger students to the ancient world to display God's preparations for the arrival of the Messiah. We revisit Greece and Rome in high school, along with the Medieval and Modern worlds. In high school, the literature and history courses go hand-in-hand: while reading The Iliad in literature, the student reads Herodotus' Histories; while reading about the Crusades in history, the student is also reading The Song of Roland in literature. It's about making connections between ancient and modern, between classical and Christian civilization.


Classical education has grown so much in the last twenty years that when Dr. Gene Edward Veith and Andrew Kern turned in the second edition of their book, Classical Education , the editors changed the subtitle to The Movement Sweeping America.

But classical education is also ancient. Its origins are in the classical world of Greece and Rome, but its roots lie still further back in Egypt and Mesopotamia. The story of classical education is a long, strange trip through the centuries.

At the CiRCE Institute, we are committed to the mission of understanding classical education in its essence. We want to discover what is common to all classical educators so that we can better understand classical education itself.

Use the arrow keys to control pac man to eat all the food in the maze. When you have eaten the red food, you can eat the ghosts as well.

Pinball Football combines the best of both pinball and soccer - line up your shot and kick a goal while collecting tons of bonus points from the bumpers and flippers!

Guide Flashman around the maze, eating all the dots and avoiding the ghosts. Eat power pills to turn the tables and eat the ghosts.

Throw away the textbooks! Well, not quite, but our classically-based curriculum focuses on studying the greatest spiritual, literary, artistic and cultural achievements of Western civilization by reading the original sources whenever possible, especially in high school.

The classical curriculum, combined with the study of Latin and Greek, brings intellectual knowledge of the Faith into the heart by introducing the student to the great works of Christendom and the pre-Christian masterpieces that influenced and inspired Catholic Europe. The intent and purpose is to deepen and strengthen the student's commitment to Catholicism and move the student, in the spirit of the Ignatian principle of emulation, to accomplish great deeds himself.The study of a classical curriculum serves several purposes. It:

The classical curriculum is implemented in phases . We introduce younger students to the ancient world to display God's preparations for the arrival of the Messiah. We revisit Greece and Rome in high school, along with the Medieval and Modern worlds. In high school, the literature and history courses go hand-in-hand: while reading The Iliad in literature, the student reads Herodotus' Histories; while reading about the Crusades in history, the student is also reading The Song of Roland in literature. It's about making connections between ancient and modern, between classical and Christian civilization.

Use the arrow keys to control pac man to eat all the food in the maze. When you have eaten the red food, you can eat the ghosts as well.

Pinball Football combines the best of both pinball and soccer - line up your shot and kick a goal while collecting tons of bonus points from the bumpers and flippers!

Guide Flashman around the maze, eating all the dots and avoiding the ghosts. Eat power pills to turn the tables and eat the ghosts.

Throw away the textbooks! Well, not quite, but our classically-based curriculum focuses on studying the greatest spiritual, literary, artistic and cultural achievements of Western civilization by reading the original sources whenever possible, especially in high school.

The classical curriculum, combined with the study of Latin and Greek, brings intellectual knowledge of the Faith into the heart by introducing the student to the great works of Christendom and the pre-Christian masterpieces that influenced and inspired Catholic Europe. The intent and purpose is to deepen and strengthen the student's commitment to Catholicism and move the student, in the spirit of the Ignatian principle of emulation, to accomplish great deeds himself.The study of a classical curriculum serves several purposes. It:

The classical curriculum is implemented in phases . We introduce younger students to the ancient world to display God's preparations for the arrival of the Messiah. We revisit Greece and Rome in high school, along with the Medieval and Modern worlds. In high school, the literature and history courses go hand-in-hand: while reading The Iliad in literature, the student reads Herodotus' Histories; while reading about the Crusades in history, the student is also reading The Song of Roland in literature. It's about making connections between ancient and modern, between classical and Christian civilization.


Classical education has grown so much in the last twenty years that when Dr. Gene Edward Veith and Andrew Kern turned in the second edition of their book, Classical Education , the editors changed the subtitle to The Movement Sweeping America.

But classical education is also ancient. Its origins are in the classical world of Greece and Rome, but its roots lie still further back in Egypt and Mesopotamia. The story of classical education is a long, strange trip through the centuries.

At the CiRCE Institute, we are committed to the mission of understanding classical education in its essence. We want to discover what is common to all classical educators so that we can better understand classical education itself.

Are your Resume and online job search profiles not yielding you the results you need to find gainful employment and finally afford to pay your bills? No doubt about it; it’s tougher to find a job now than it’s been in decades. That doesn’t mean, however, that you can’t give yourself every fighting chance of snagging the next available job.

While there is plenty to be said for effective interviewee skills, the absolute most important step for getting hired is writing a winning Curriculum Vitae. Without a highly attractive C.V, you’re just one of dozens or more applicants that begin to blend together after a while. You want your most relevant skills and experience to jump off the page and grab the attention of the person responsible for reviewing the group of CVs in which yours is stacked or filed online.

Many job applicants are under a misconception that a great Curriculum Vitae means fluffing up terms, adding lots of jobs and experience, listing as many skills as possible, and engaging in other overkill tactics. Excessive and irrelevant information only clutters the page and makes it more difficult to find the skills and information for which your prospective employer is searching.

Use the arrow keys to control pac man to eat all the food in the maze. When you have eaten the red food, you can eat the ghosts as well.

Pinball Football combines the best of both pinball and soccer - line up your shot and kick a goal while collecting tons of bonus points from the bumpers and flippers!

Guide Flashman around the maze, eating all the dots and avoiding the ghosts. Eat power pills to turn the tables and eat the ghosts.


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