Welcome to Our Scholé Group
scholé learning begins in wonder and leads to wisdom
deep, permanent learning
pursuing restful, classical education…together
bringing education to life
leading students in learning that lasts
Who we are . . .
As a Scholé Group, we are a homeschooling community that employs the content of a classical curriculum and the pedagogy of restful learning embodied by the word scholé. The word scholé (pronounced skoh-LAY) comes from a Greek word that means “restful learning,” with the connotation of “contemplation,” “conversation,” and “reflection.” Our mission is to pursue deep engagement that results in enjoyable, permanent learning—that is, to bring scholé to our homeschool co-op.
why we do what we do
guiding our students to wisdom and mastery
Scholé Group Director
Judith manages and administers our Scholé Group, and she also teach our upper-school mathematics courses.
Lisa has been teaching Latin for seven years and enjoys teaching our Grammar School students Latin.
Wendy has a masters degree in English and enjoys leading our Upper School humanities course.
Jennifer loves the outdoors and loves teaching our upper school science classes.
Recent Blog Posts
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I was recently reading The Liberal Arts Tradition by Ravi Jain and Kevin Clark (20% off with our Scholé Group discount to Classical Academic Press!), and I'm intrigued by the idea of mathematics as a liberal art. Read my reflections below...read more
We just discovered a wonderful resource for finding reading books for K-12 students! Browse over 800 titles in the blink of an eye. You can sort the entire collection by grade, level, genre, author, or notation. Or, if you have a specific...read more
We've decided to blog our way through our first year as a Scholé Group. Read about our first week below!read more
Scholé Groups Network
Our community is part of the Scholé Groups network,
which offers homeschool communities resources and support.
ClassicalU offers self-paced training courses to equip teachers
and administrators in the classical tradition.