Classical education is the means by which we seek to glorify God; it is the time-tested strategies primarily drawn from Western culture going back to Socrates. The “classical tradition” refers to the trivium (grammar, logic, and rhetoric) as well as the quadrivium (arithmetic, geometry, music, and astronomy). In other words, we teach the liberal arts, those content areas and tools of learning that free a person to live well. Rather than fragmented or disconnected “subjects,” students are immersed in the classics, whole texts such as Plato’s Republic, Dante’s Divine Comedy, and Fredrick Douglass’s autobiography. History is taught as a world timeline, a story being authored by our Creator from Genesis, including all nations, tribes and peoples, a story that students are invited to participate in now. Math is an order inscribed in the universe, beautiful patterns that we get to discover. Sciences are about wonder and creation care. By studying in this way, students realize that truth, beauty, and goodness are all connected.