Use our Classical Education Curriculum Page to identify courses at the right level for your student in each subject for summer or academic year sessions, or to plan your entire Junior High - Senior High program, whether or not you take courses from us. Contact our independent educational advisor (see the Support page) for one-to-one consultation to determine whether our courses are appropriate for your student's learning style and background.
The Curriculum Page should also be used when planning a course sequence for an adult or independent learner who does not have a fixed end date to reach the educational goal, but will still need to examine the course sequence to determine the best place to start.
Let us offer you some options in college preparatory courses that provide your student with what is needed to succeed. Customize classes for your homeschooled middle school or high school student from our complete curriculum, or supplement your homeschool program with individual courses.
Live chat sessions meet one to three times each week for up to 38 weeks. Class sections are small so that teachers can provide timely feedback and individual attention to each student. We keep our costs low so that you can receive tutorial-level instruction by qualified teachers — most with advanced degrees in their subject areas or years of both classroom and online teaching experience — at a reasonable price.
While our live chat courses are the best value, if you prefer individualized instruction, we can also arrange tutorials for many of our courses (tutorial fees are set by the instructor at a per-hour charge). Independent learners of all ages are welcome. Let us help you achieve the education you always wanted!
We are always looking for opportunities to partner with schools and help them broaden the courses they offer. We will work with you to make our courses available to your own students. Students in public and private schools, charter schools, colleges, and universities have taken courses with us for credit from their own institutions.
In the course of teaching online for over two decades, we've gathered a lot of educational resources. We are making a selection of these available on our site.
Dr. Bruce McMenomy's Shakespeare on View site contains a growing list of reviews of film and video versions of Shakespeare's plays, from All's Well that Ends Well to The Winter's Tale. Whether you are taking one of our summer Shakespeare courses, putting together your own Shakespeare course, or just looking for a good play to watch, these reviews will help you find versions to suite your viewing preferences.