On Monday afternoon, we drove to Brooklyn Park to the Planned Parenthood and prayed a rosary and a prayer to end abortion. The area has a low … Read More
“[Adolescence] is the time, the ‘sensitive period’ when there should develop the most noble characteristics that would prepare a man to be social, that is to say, a sense of justice and a sense of personal dignity.”
The adolescent classroom and curriculum will extend all the fundamental concepts begun in Children’s House, watered in E1, weeded in E2, and now encouraged to heights in Adolescence. Hands-on work, practical-life applications, interdisciplinary connections, physical activity and freedom and responsibility will preside in the classroom. Academic rigor, grace and courtesy and micro-economy will guide the teens in their journey of self-discovery and finding their place in society.