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Light of the Nations by Amanda Ryan

by Amanda Ryan, Rhetoric teacher for Logos Online School This article originally appeared in the Spring 2016 of The Classical Difference magazine, ...

We Always Need a Brother by Douglas Wilson

This article was originally posted on www.desiringgod.org Modern men have a distinct tendency to think that we have to grapple with a number of th...

Under Pressure by Will Boyd

Did you know that your shoulders support 14.7 lbs per square inch of the earth’s atmosphere? That’s right! You are carrying a burden even when you...

Plato’s Cave and Our Modern Education System by Scott Postma

  I’m a product of the American public education system. Probably, you are too. Although my education was adequate to prepare me for an entry-level...

Why Teach (or Learn) Latin? by Lauren Abens

Our neighbors are over for Thanksgiving dinner and one of them asks me “so — what do you do for work?” I look up at her, smiling: “I’m a teacher f...

Logos Online School Class of 2015

We're proud to have awarded diplomas to these 3 bright students on June 1st:  Allyson Bailey Allyson's plans for college include attending Virgini...

The Company You Keep

Paperback Advice from Livy I wish there was a magic way to identify good literature for children—especially for boys. Unfortunately, there isn’t… a...

On Writing, The Third “R” of the SAT by Rachel Olson

lt’s not difficult to convince a parent or teacher the children under their care must learn to write well. Writing is an essential part of every ch...

Science and the Classics by Rachel Olson

What has science to do with Cicero? What has chemistry to do with the Trivium? Why ought mychild to spend his time memorizing the muscles of a cat ...

The State of Classical Education

An interview of Douglas Wilson by David Kern of the Circe Institute  DK: It's been more than 30 years since you and your colleagues started Logos S...

The Headmaster's Huddle by Dr. Larry Stephenson

As we begin another academic year, I simply want to take a moment to remind myself (and all of you) why, specifically, we do what we do – the goal ...