Online Tutorials Page 2018-2019


Please read over this entire page first to get a quick overview of the necessary information, then go back through and follow the links to other pages that interest you:

1. 2018-2019 Courses Offered - Times, Days, Descriptions
2. How the Tutorials are Conducted

3. 2018-2019 Yearly Calendar

4. Fees
5. Registration
6. Other Necessary Information



1. Courses offered for 2018-2019: Descriptions, Dates, Times (all times listed are Pacific Time)


Click the course names in the chart below to read descriptions of the classes.

Contact Schola to verify space availability if you are interested in a course, and for any questions you might have about the courses listed below.

1. The Great Books courses in the chart below have links to Roman Roads Media; there you register and purchase the curriculum, all in one package. Everything you need - all texts and materials for those classes - are included in the packages. You do not register with us using the link at the bottom of this page; that is for non-GB courses only. Once you've purchased your registration and curriculum package at Roman Roads, you're all set. You will hear from Schola by mid-June (at the latest) with further information (and you're always welcome to contact us if you wish).

2. GB for Adults, C. S. Lewis, Poetry, Astronomy, Greek, and Theology: register using the registration link below, and the required books list will be sent to you if it's not listed on the course description page.

3. Rhetoric and Church History: these two year-long courses are being offered through Schola's friends, the Classical Learning Resource Center. All information and registration is handled there - just click the class title in the chart below.


Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
9:00-10:00am
GREAT BOOKS 1
(uses Old Western Culture: The Greeks)

See the note at the bottom of this page for our Great Books approach using the Roman Roads Old Western Culture material.
GREAT BOOKS 2
(uses Old Western Culture: The Romans)

See the note at the bottom of
this page for our Great Books approach using the Roman Roads Old Western Culture material.
GREAT BOOKS 3
(uses Old Western Culture: Christendom)
10:30am-12:00pm
RHETORIC
This course is being taught through the Classical Learning Resource Center. Click the title link to see all necessary information including schedule, fees, texts, and registration.
C. S. LEWIS
One-year course surveying the various genres in which this great Christian author wrote. Click link to see list of works covered.
GREAT BOOKS 4
(uses Old Western Culture: Early Moderns)
1:00-2:45pm
CHURCH HISTORY
This course is being taught through the Classical Learning Resource Center. Click the title link to see all necessary information including schedule, fees, texts, and registration. Link coming soon. Contact Mr. Callihan if you're interested in this course for more info.
ENGLISH POETRY
(fall semester)
A one-semester survey of great English poems from medieval to modern, with a study of metrical forms. Link coming soon

ASTRONOMY
(spring semester)
Learn to identify the stars, constellations, phases of the moon, and more.
GREAT THEOLOGY: JOHN OF DAMASCUS' FOUNT OF KNOWLEDGE AND THOMAS AQUINAS' COMPENDIUM
A study of two of the greatest and most influential works of systematic Christian theology, East and West, before the early modern period.
4:00-5:45pm
GREAT BOOKS FOR ADULTS
A one-year course for adults who wish to teach school or their children or just study the Great Books for themselves. Covers the Greeks to Early Moderns.





2. How the Tutorials are Conducted:



3. Schola 2018-2019 Calendar


Schola Classical Tutorials follows a standard academic year, early September through early May. Dates are subject to adjustment.




4. Fees -- Please read all of the following carefully. All fees listed are per student per course. If you have any questions, please contact Schola. 

1. Old Western Culture (GB1, 2, 3, and 4): click the links in the weekly schedule chart above to visit Roman Roads Media where all necessary information is shown, including fees, which cover registration and all curriculum.

2. GB for Adults, C. S. Lewis, Homeric Greek I, Great Theology: $700 (this does not include texts).

3. Poetry, Astronomy: $350 (does not include texts)

4. Payment must be made in full at time of registration. However, we can make arrangements for payment by installment if needed; an additional $50 fee will be added.

5. For those for whom the schedule does not work, access to the recordings of many of the classes may be purchased for half the tuition price. Contact Schola for more information.





5. Registration - read carefully before registering

Please contact Schola first by email to verify space availability.

1. For GB1, GB2, GB3, and GB4, follow the links to Roman Roads Media in the schedule chart above.

2. For GB for Adults, C. S. Lewis, Greek, Poetry, Astronomy, and Theology, click the Schola registration link below.

3. For Rhetoric and Church History, follow the links to Classical Learning Resource Center in the schedule chart above.

REGISTRATION PAGE



6. Other Necessary Information
 

Schola will contact all registered students with any other necessary details about subscribing to the required email announcement list for students and parents, how to log in to the sessions, familiarization sessions before classes start, preparation for classes, etc. 
 
Please contact Schola for help with any questions.