Scholé Directors Atrium
Access all the features and benefits of Scholé Groups here - step by step!
An overview that provides a description of Scholé Groups, a discussion of the scholé approach to curriculum and pedagogy, and some operational guidance for group directors.
Join the conversation and collaborate with other co-op leaders on our forums. There is an open forum for Scholé Group members, and forum for Directors only accessed with your Scholé Directors password. Please encourage the members of your group to register for this board and join the conversation as well!
The Scholé Groups Handbook is an extensive guide filled with philosophical, pedagogical, and practical guidance for group directors, written by Dr. Christopher Perrin in collaboration with Scholé Group directors and tutors.
Find extensive curriculum guidance with this resource, developed by
experienced classical educators.
experienced classical educators.
Scholé Groups provides monthly training for Scholé Directors with live Zoom meetings. Invitations are sent to everyone on the Director email list . We open each meeting with a brief practice of scholé, then discuss topics relevant to Scholé Directors. We usually save a little time at the end for Q&A, so that you can glean insights from our Scholé staff and your fellow Scholé directors. We record each meeting, and post them on our password protected Archives for Scholé Directors only accessed with your Scholé Directors password.
Group orders of $200 or more receive a 20% discount from Classical Academic Press and free shipping in the 48 contiguous states. Use the button below to send an email to CAP, or email directly: email@example.com
ClassicalU offers self-paced teacher training courses presented by leaders in the renewal of classical education. As a Scholé Group member, receive a discounted rate on individual annual plans (over $50 savings!) with the coupon code 2018SGMEMBER at checkout. (That is $14.95/mo!)
These experienced Scholé Group Directors are qualified to help new groups get started and thrive. New Scholé Groups are highly-encouraged to reach out to one of these mentors for an initial, free consult to help a Scholé Group start. Each mentor sets her own fees for ongoing consulting and mentoring of new Scholé Group directors. Each of these mentors is also qualified by the Scholé Group network to host and lead Scholé Retreats around the country.
Share documents and media with co-ops from across the country. Download and customize existing files, and upload your own for others to use.
The Scholé Groups monthly newsletter includes information on upcoming events sponsored by the Scholé Groups Network, along with links to links to helpful articles and resources. Visit The Scholé Review using the link below to sign up to receive the newsletter via email, and make sure all of your member families sign up as well!
The Scholé Groups Blog features encouraging and helpful articles from Scholé Directors, Mentors, and homeschooling parents in the trenches! We also offer Scholé Group Spotlights so you can take a look at what other Scholé Groups are doing, how they are structured, and what they have learned along the way.
Take advantage of a customizable website template built specifically for Scholé Groups. Access the template files here. Please make sure you read the full FAQ using the button below. The database is the template.sql file and the site itself is the template.tar.gz archive. Once your website is up and running, please email us so that we can link to your website on our Find a Group page.
The Scholé Muses are experienced homeschool educators and community directors. They invite you to join their conversations about how to bring an excellent classical education to your home and homeschooling community.