A Catholic, classical curriculum, which encourages students to behold, wonder, and contemplate what is TRUE, GOOD, and BEAUTIFUL, in order to cultivate wisdom and virtue.
The Aquinas Learning Program was established in 2009 by a handful of families looking for a form of education that would better fit their families’ needs. We founded Aquinas Learning Program because we wanted a curriculum that is: Catholic at its core, classical in its approach, family-friendly in its presentation, with subjects that are integrated in the pursuit of Truth, Goodness, and Beauty.
Today, the Aquinas Learning curriculum can be used independently as a self-paced home study, or in community at a center licensed to use the Aquinas Learning Program, where a community of learners meets once a week to learn materials that are further studied at home during the rest of the week.
Learn more about our Philosophy of Education by watching these short webinars:
An Overview of the Aquinas Learning Program, Part 1 (14 min)
An Overview of the Aquinas Learning Program, Part 2 (23 min)
News and Notes
TRAINING/PRACTICUM - (open to mentors & parents)
JUNE 20 or AUGUST 3
For more information, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. To register for a training day, click HERE. Both training days will have the similar content. There will be a guest speaker on August 3: Steve Weidenkopf, Author of Timeless and the EPIC series will come and give a talk on “The Crusades”
OPEN HOUSES & INFO MEETINGS
Aquinas Sterling Info Night ONLINE WEBINAR
(open to all interested in Aquinas Learning too)
Fri., June 7 - 8:00 PM
LIVE INFO NIGHT webinar -
Fri., June 7 @ 8:00 PM
Overview of the Aquinas Learning Program, pt.1
Overview of the Aquinas Learning Program, pt.2
Schola Alta Overview
Homeschooling Through High School
2019 Virtual Open House
(with instructions on using the subscription worksheet)
As seen on EWTN…
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