The Divine Gift of Philosophy

CATCHY TITLE NEEDED We’ve been busy this year, and that’s taken its toll on publishing blog articles.  Besides reviewing our options for accreditation, upgrading the Moodle and its theme, finding and supporting teachers and teaching our own classes, we were faced, as some of you know, with serious medical challenges that absorbed huge amounts of… Continue reading The Divine Gift of Philosophy

Scholars Online Curriculum and the AP Program

We’ve had a number of inquiries about our AP programs at Scholars Online. While we endeavor to help our students gain recognition for their work through the AP program where appropriate, we have focussed on creating a curriculum that meets our primary mission: to provide a rigorous classical Christian education for our students. There are… Continue reading Scholars Online Curriculum and the AP Program

The True Test of Education

Sometime around 1969, standing in the breezeway of Balch Hall at Scripps College in Claremont, I typed “Echo Hello World” on the keyboard of the metal Texas Instruments paper terminal, saved the string as a text file named (with masterful originality) “ChristeHello” over a 300 baud phone line connection on the CalTech computer 35 miles… Continue reading The True Test of Education