So You Want to Become a Classical School? by Brian G. Daigle
In addition to the many new classical Christian schools starting up around the United States, there are many non-classical Christian schools deeply considering both the philosophy and fruit of classical Christian education, the fourth most important educational renaissance in Western tradition. The width and breadth of this movement will not be simply based on how many new schools can get started but also on how many established Christian schools will decide that the methods and modes of modern education are no longer worth following, no longer worthy of their loyalty and the loyalty of their families. "So You Want To Become a Classical School?" provides down-to-earth insight into becoming a classical Christian school. What do you know about classical Christian education? What do you know about casting a vision? What do you know about biblical conflict? If you change it, will they stay? This little book seeks to answer these and many more. There is indeed an educational renaissance happening in the United States. Its long-term health as a national force will be determined by many existing Christian schools deciding to do the important and thrilling work of becoming classical.