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Thursday, 07 July 2011 05:07

Upper School Cohort

Ages 13 to 17
Monday and Thursday from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.


Judgment & Criticism

Now that the student of Rhetoric has gathered a memory chest of facts and has learned how to piece them together logically and systematically, discovering their cause and effect, he now focuses the remainder of his academic career in forming his own opinions, firmly rooted in the universal truth of things material and spiritual, with conviction, beauty and charity for those to whom he wishes to communicate. Integrating the abstract subjects of theology and philosophy into his studies, the upper school student becomes more firmly rooted in Divine Truth, with a proper understanding of nature and grace, gifting him/her with the wisdom to comprehend any academic discipline of higher learning.

Upper School I
  • Historical Era Studies
  • Literature of the Era
  • Latin:  Ecce Romani and Translations of the Vulgate
  • Philosophy:  Material Logic
  • Composition
  • Schola
  • Optional Mathematics and Biology

Upper School II
  • Historical Era Studies
  • Literature of the Era
  • Latin:  Translation of Early Church Writings
  • Philosophy:  Plato & St. Augustine
  • Sacred Doctrine
  • Schola
  • Optional Mathematics and Biology II and Civics

Upper School III
  • Historical Era Studies
  • Literature of the Era
  • Latin:  Translations or Greek I
  • Medieval Philosophy: St Thomas Aquinas
  • Sacred Scripture I
  • Schola
  • Optional Mathematics and Chemistry

Upper School IV
  • Historical Era Studies
  • Literature of the Era
  • Latin Greats or Greek II
  • Problems in Modern Philosophy
  • Sacred Scripture II
  • Schola
  • Optional Math and Physics

Upper School V

Students are welcome to remain with the Upper School Cohort for an additional year.
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