We wholeheartedly believe that a classical Lutheran education is the absolute best education anyone can receive. We believe that while there are many wonderful teachers in other schools, the modern progressive style of education foisted upon public schools by the government (and co-opted by most other private schools) does our young scholars a disservice. We believe that parents and the local community (and our forebears) know better what our children should be learning than the folks in Washington, D.C. For this reason, All Saints accepts absolutely no federal or state funds and is completely supported by gifts, private scholarships, and families like you.

If you are unfamiliar with classical education and would like to learn more, check out the myriad of resources linked below. You may also email the Headmaster for more information.

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