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2019

  • April

    A Time to Apply!

    Barbara Rogers
    Are you seeking an educational model which fosters family time while developing your child's heart, mind, and character for Christ? If Coram Deo Academy's mission and vision resonate with your family and you have not yet applied, we invite you to do so today!
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  • March

    A Quick Guide to Collaborative Education

    Barbara Rogers
    Seven sample home-study set ups + three final tour days!
     
    April Campus Previews are the last official tour days this spring. If you haven't visited yet or if you know someone who may be interested in touring, please join us next week. Catch a quick sneak peek with this brief video and read more about setting up your home study space.
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  • Sweet Sixth Graders Render Praise to God via "Pied Beauty"

    Barbara Rogers
    Our students see God's beauty in all of His creation! Memorizing poetry might sound a bit old-fashioned but classical educators know it has great merit! Click HERE to listen to one class of CDA sixth graders proclaim "Glory be to God for dappled things!" 
     
     
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  • February

    Is Your Child Lost in the Crowd or Sitting on the Sidelines?

    Barbara Rogers
    Sometimes it's hard to strike a balance. Like Goldilocks finding the bowl, chair, and bed that's just right, Coram Deo Academy is a school big enough to offer many avenues for students to compete but not so big that only a small percentage get to participate.
     
    Our students find their niche--be it student leadership & service through our House System, fine arts, or athletics, opportunities abound to explore new interests and hone the gifts the Lord has entrusted to them.
     
    Where would your child plug in? CLICK HERE  to read more about Three Avenues for Student Self-Expression.
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  • January

    "The time is always right, to do what is right."

    Barbara Rogers
    "Classical education," according to Mr. Andrew Kern and Dr. Veith, "cultivates wisdom and virtue by nourishing the soul on truth, goodness, and beauty." We at CDA believe this is how students learn what is right, what is worthy, and what is worthwhile. By nourishing the soul through classical Christian education, students will be equipped to do what is right and in the words of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr, " the time is always right, to do what is right."
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