Schola Classical Tutorials offers live group tutorials over the internet in the subjects of a classical liberal arts curriculum: the classical languages, the great books of literature and history, and rhetoric. These are the subjects that teach students the skills of thinking and learning and that teach them the history of the ideas that have shaped our culture. These skills, and a knowledge of these ideas, are the foundation for further study and for a lifetime of learning and intelligent participation in our culture.
About the Tutor, Mailing Address, Board of Advisors, and Statement of Faith.3. Schola News
Upcoming events and other items of interest to all Schola friends.4. Resources for Classical Education Page
Information on preparing children for a Great Books education, on educating yourself (you're never too old!), book sources, study aids, internet sites, essays, curriculum guides and sources, and other tutorial services.5. Frequently Asked Questions Page
Questions and answers on all aspects of Schola's tutorial service6. Getting Started
Once you've registered in Schola classes you can find here all the necessary information you will need to get your computer set up, purchase your books, see your assignments, join the other students on discussion forums, and many other things.
P. O. Box 546
Potlatch, ID 83855
Schola: 1)An intermission of work, leisure for learning, learned conversation, debate, disputation, lecture, dissertation. 2) A meeting place for teachers and pupils, place for instruction, place of learning, school. 3)The disciples of a teacher, body of followers, school, sect. (--Elementary Latin Dictionary, OUP)
Schola Optima Studium Librorum: "The best school is the study of books."