I like to think that visiting the principal's office isn't always a bad thing. A lot happens there other than the discipline of errant students. Teachers share their ideas and their struggles. Curriculum is structured. Programs are organized. Colleagues collaborate, support one another and problem solve together. As the principal of an established Classical Christian School, (working under a top notch headmaster) I often have the privilege of learning from other administrators and teachers, training new teachers and advising folks who are starting new schools. This site is meant to be an extension of that collaboration of brothers and sisters in Christ who are called to recover the classical education that was once a hallmark of Christian culture and a birthright of covenant children. I will try to answer the questions I have been asked and those I have asked of others. I will provide links and resources that have been most helpful to me in the hopes that they will serve others engaged in this kingdom work.
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