Sequitur is more than the sum of its parts, but it is not less. We need each and every parent, student, teacher, and friend to help build our academy. How can you help?
Prayerful Support: We believe with Isaac Watts, the great Puritan hymnist, that, "...study without prayer is atheism, as well as that prayer without study is presumption…” We ask for all our partners and constituents to pray for our academic endeavors, that our students may be filled with all good things and that our families and teachers may lead wisely, with biblical discernment. We hope the fruit of such prayer would build up and mature our local churches, who are the body of Christ.
Community Support: Christian classical education is the kind of thing which not only changes the kinds of students we create, but also the kind of societies where we and our students live. One way to promote classical Christian education is by actively engaging in what is often called 'first principle discussions', particularly the kind which center on the topic of education. What is an educated person? What are non-negotiables when it comes to a Christian education? What does it mean to love God with all our heart, soul, mind, and strength? What is the most biblical form of education? Why is tradition something which we should not so quickly rid ourselves of? How is it that truth, goodness, and beauty can be recognized by, fostered within, and enriched among a community? What is the end, or purpose, of learning? Not only will conversations about such topics create the possibility of important movements in good directions, but seeking answers to such questions will also promote healthy dialogue and solid answers.
Financial Support: Tuition covers 100% of the cost of educating a student at Sequitur. However, as a 501c3, we do accept regular gift assistance to further fund Sequitur and its mission. Your help in any way would be greatly appreciated! Checkout the donations page for more info.
Academic Support: As an organization which prizes collaboration, we look for opportunities to have visiting teachers who meet and support our mission and vision. If you are a professor, teacher, artist, or professional who has an interest in providing a formal lecture on a given topic, please contact us and we will look for an opportunity to host you. Likewise, if you have academic material (books, CDs, DVDs, or school supplies) which you believe could benefit our mission, vision, and practice please let us know and we would be happy to consider your donation.