All Saints Lutheran School is something new, and it is something old. In the process of being established (beginning classes in the Fall of 2021), All Saints seeks to revive the time-tested, classical education that has formed the backbone of Western Civilization for the past two thousand years.

All Saints will be a classical Lutheran parochial school located in Jonesboro, Arkansas and a part of the congregation of Pilgrim Lutheran Church. All Saints prepares children for heavenly and earthly citizenship by means of a classical Christian education so that they might be grounded firmly in the truth of God’s Word, abound in knowledge and virtue, and share God’s grace in all of their various vocations, present and future. The curriculum will include the seven liberating arts (artes liberalis, the arts that make men free), which include the Trivium (grammar, logic, and rhetoric) and the Quadrivium (arithmetic, geometry, astronomy, and music).

If you are unfamiliar with classical education, numerous links to learn more are provided below.

If you have any interest in enrolling your child[ren] in All Saints, please fill out the parent survey below as soon as possible and provide your email address. As we are limiting the first year enrollment to twenty students, any present openings will be filling up very quickly.

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More information about classical Lutheran education:

Traditional vs. Progressive Education – Memoria Press
The New Classical Education – Peter Leithart (The Imaginative Conservative)

Radio Interviews
Classical Lutheran Education – Pr. Rob Paul, 1/11/19
Progressive vs. Classical Education: Method-Driven vs. Content Driven – Dr. Thomas Korcok, 1/22/18
Progressive vs. Classical Education: Socialization vs. Formation – Dr. Thomas Korcok, 1/25/18
Lutheran Education and the Languages – Pr. Heath Curtis and Jocelyn Benson, 1/28/19

TED Talk: What if everyone had a classical education? – Rebekah Hagstrom
The Consortium for Classical Lutheran Education
Video: What is Classical Lutheran Education – Pr. Robert Paul
The CiRCE Institute

Classical Education: The Movement Sweeping America – by Gene Veith and Andrew Kern
Lutheran Education: From Wittenberg to the Future – by Thomas Korcok