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We have dedicated teachers to teach the way they've always wanted to teach, but never felt like they could. It's about inspiration. We want our Scholars to leave wanting more. Always wanting to grow and always wanting to serve. There is no goal post to say you're done and that beauty of discovering and becoming is self-perpetuating.Uploaded Nov 25, 2019 by Karen Hansen
A servant leader is someone who puts others first. Through moral and virtuous conduct, our scholars inspire others to action by example and personal sacrifice, much like the Founding Fathers.Uploaded Nov 25, 2019
ClassicsUploaded Nov 23, 2019
From Aristotle to Montesquieu and Locke to Adams, great individuals studied other great individuals. A classic is a work that can be experienced many times over and give something new each time. A classic or great book has three essential qualities: great theme, noble language, and universality.
Classics open our eyes to the true nature of our world and take us across the divide that separates mind from mind. They reveal to us our essential humanity, its beauty and its horror, and hold the mirror up to our unknown selves. With a message of truth that echoes in our lives long after we’ve turned the final page, a true classic speaks to the heart and soul.
Classics teach us about human nature. They allow us to experience in an intimate way the greatest mistakes and successes of human history. How others think, feel, and act allow us to predict behavior and help us to develop empathy, compassion, and wisdom in our relationships with others.
Classics bring us face-to-face with greatness. As we study the characters, real or fictional, in the classics, we are inspired by their greatness, which is the first step to becoming great ourselves.
In classics we can experience authors’ characters more powerfully than in real life because the author lets us see his or her thoughts, feelings and reasons for and consequences of their characters' choices. Classics force us to quietly study, ponder, analyze, think, ask, discover, cry, laugh, struggle, and above all feel, change, and become. Because we are then better, we are motivated to go out and serve.
Great literature is miraculous because it makes available to us things that we cannot get in any other way. A classic gives us the personal wisdom to be better as an individual and citizen of a free nation.
- 2019 Veterans Day Celebration Featured Uploaded Nov 15, 2019
- 00:26 September 16, 2019 - Future Lincoln Campus Location Featured Uploaded Oct 19, 2019 to Our Culture
A Message from Your Headmaster
A message from Headmaster Brown about summer reading and upcoming parent night on August 7, 2019 at 6:30pm on the Roseville Campus. //Uploaded Jun 21, 2019
Link to The Horse and His Boy on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Horse-His-Boy-C-Lewis/dp/0064471063/ref=sr_1_1?crid=2D7PIJRSIPSRU&keywords=a+boy+and+his+horse+cs+lewis&qid=1561124854&s=gateway&sprefix=a+boy+and+his+horse%2Caps%2C249&sr=8-1 //
Link to Forman's letter on ParentSquare: https://www.parentsquare.com/feeds/1595980
Dress Code Update for 2019-20
A message from our Headmasters about an update to the dress code for the 2019-20 school year.Uploaded Apr 08, 2019
- 45:51 El Dorado Hills Campus Ribbon Cutting Ceremony - 3/8/19 Featured Uploaded Mar 20, 2019
- 2:18:32 PODCAST: Choosing Diversity - Lance Izumi on AM1380 with Phil Cowan - 1/14/19 Featured Uploaded Jan 16, 2019
- Constitution Assembly - September 17, 2018 Featured Uploaded Nov 16, 2018