Our 2nd annual Grammar Field Day was a huge hit this year! Just look at those smiles! From the water balloon toss to the three-legged race, our Mustangs had a blast!
We were so impressed with the final theater presentation of the season, as our 7th – 10th graders performed Chiaroscuro last week. Here’s a little more about the production from our director, Annika Jackson: “All the darkness in the world cannot extinguish
One of our Upper School theater classes recently presented The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe, and they did a tremendous job bringing the story to life!
Students in our School of Logic had an amazing time at our 3rd annual Dine & Dance. We loved starting the evening with a photo shoot, followed by a three course meal. Students and staff were served by our Rhetoric
The culminating experience for students in our School of Logic is their 8th grade trip to Washington, D.C. Our 8th graders, and a few amazing faculty and parents, got to head out east last week for a wonderful week in
We love hosting special events, and this year we were able to offer our First Annual Winter Formal for our Upper School students. These 8th – 10th graders got dressed up and dropped off at our downtown venue in order
Year after year, the Lord brings amazing families to the Austin Classical School community. You might be curious about why families choose our Christ-centered, Classical, collaborative model, so we asked them! Today we’re chatting with Tim and Brittney French, who
As this school year comes to an end, we can all celebrate the closing of a challenging season. However, it may have contained some enjoyable moments for you and your family as well, as you spent time learning at home
Habit #5: Do hard things with peace and joy As we wrap up our series on the 5 Habits of Highly-Effective Co-Teachers, we’re turning today to two small words that can have a huge impact during this season: peace and
Habit #4: Communication is key! As we look at some key habits of effective co-teachers this week, one thing that might be easily overlooked is the idea of communicating with the various stakeholders. In the midst of this extended time
Habit #3: Rolling with the punches (with grace and flexibility) We’re back again with our series on the 5 Habits of Highly-Effective Co-Teachers. In our previous posts, Habit 1: Stewarding your time well, and Habit #2: Taking time to prepare
Habit #2: Preparing to teach Welcome back to our series on the 5 Habits of Highly-Effective Co-Teachers. Like it or not, this season has made homeschoolers and co-teachers of us all! While we typically spend several days preparing our collaborative
Habit 1: Stewarding your time well Whether you’ve been homeschooling for years, or you just picked up the reigns a few days ago, there’s no doubt that this season has required us all to make some adjustments. While we normally
Well, it’s official – Colonial Day was a huge success! We took a deep dive into our history curriculum this week, donned our best colonial outfits, and celebrated with a huge potluck lunch and colonial games. It’s fair to say
Over the course of Holy Week, many of you probably saw images and video clips of Notre Dame Cathedral engulfed in flame. As the heart of France required 400 firemen to save it from collapse, the world watched and wept.
When I played basketball in high school, the third quarter was always the most difficult eight minutes of game time. Any momentum our team built up in the first two quarters seemed impossible to maintain after that fifteen-minute break in
On Friday, March 1st, the students in the school of Logic, 12 parents, and a handful of Logic Teachers spent the day out in the Hill Country at Camp Buckner. As you may know, our current School of Logic is
One of the great things about our collaborative schedule is that co-teaching parents get to decide exactly how they’ll foster learning during their homeschool days each week. Every family goes about this differently, but the underlying elements of the curriculum