Classical Liberal Arts

From the Founding Fathers to the co-founder of Apple, America's brightest minds and most influential leaders have all been educated wth a classical liberal arts edufoundingfathersapplecation. Regina Coeli Academy builds on that tradition – educating America's next generation of Leaders.

Four years later Jefferson's father died, leaving especial instructions that his son Thomas should receive a thorough classical education. In a letter to Jefferson's biographer, Dr. Henry S. Randall, Colonel Thomas Jefferson Randolph, his grandson, writes as follows: "I have often heard him say, that if he had to decide between the pleasure derived from the classical education which his father had given him, and the estate left him, he would decide in favor of the former." -Letters Of Thomas Jefferson Concerning Philosophy And The Classics. Edited By Thomas Fitzhugh, Professor Of Latin In The University Of Virginia.

"It's in Apple's DNA that technology alone is not enough," said Jobs at the end of the iPad 2 event. "That it's technology married with liberal arts, married with the humanities, that yields us the result that makes our hearts sing."

Schools across the U.S. continue to learn what Regina Coeli Academy has known all along - Classically educated children are amongst the highest achieving students anywhere.

Embracing a Classical Education - The Washington Post

Classical education enlivens Denver Catholic school - Catholic News Agency

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Classical Liberal Arts Notables:
Aristotle, Plato, St. Augustine, St. Thomas Aquinas, Christopher Columbus, William Shakespeare, Sir Isaac Newton, The Founding Fathers, Cardinal John Henry Newman, Emily Dickinson, Abert Einstein, Ford CEO (Current), Bill Ford