The Blog

Welcome to the Scholé Groups Blog! Hear from Dr. Perrin and the Scholé Groups team, various directors from Scholé Groups across the country, and other guests. We encourage you to join the conversation in the comments!

Restful Learning and Repentance

“Come to me, all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest. Take my yoke upon you and learn from me, for I am gentle and humble in heart, and you will find rest for your souls. For my yoke is easy and my burden is light.” –Matthew 11:28–30 [dropcap...

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The Journey of Scholé Education

  earning is a journey. Back in my college years, as I backpacked in the mountains of Wyoming, I embraced the idea that the journey is just as, if not more, important as the destination. As I reflect back on my own...

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Wonder Overflowing

“You are the God who works wonders…” —Psalm 77:14 hile the desire to ponder God in one’s heart is a grace from God, the ability to reflect on God’s love and how He weaves all things together develops over time as a child of...

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Toward a Life Well Read

ur high school Humanities II curriculum at Providence Prep concentrates on classic works of literature, poetry, and history—the Great Books canon of western civilization—contextualized by an outstanding history lecture...

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Celebrate Learning

earning is such a gift! I love to involve students in experiential learning, which engages their senses in what they are learning. Our Scholé Group, Sola Gratia Classical Academy (SGCA), has been a place for students to do...

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One Toothache at a Time

I love the idea of scholé (restful and contemplative learning), but I just don’t know if I can pull that off in my homeschool! f you can relate to this sentiment, congratulations! You are in good company. The Scholé Groups...

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Mining for Books: The Classical Reader

ear Homeschooling Parent, We think it's important that you have the freedom to choose the curriculum that will best suit your students—that’s why Scholé Groups only asks that our members teach classical subjects, without...

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Scholé in Upper School

cholé is an important concept at all levels of education, but perhaps especially so in the upper school years (the dialectic and rhetoric stages, i.e., grades 6+). Upper school students devote more of their time to their...

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Plato and Play

s a classical educator and consultant to classical schools for about twenty years now, I have often been amused and sometimes gratified by the ways scientific research rediscovers what classical educators have known (or at...

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