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Think clearly.

Instead of being taught what to think, we teach your child how to think. By learning to think clearly and critically, your child is equipped to be a leader no matter what career path they may take.

Listen carefully.

Listening is a vastly underestimated skill. By teaching your child the art of listening, we will empower your child to be able to understand and discern context and meaning, preparing them for success throughout life.

Reason Persuasively.

It’s not enough just to think and listen, your child needs the ability to persuade and influence in a gracious, yet confident manner. These skills are cultivated throughout all facets of your child’s education.

Articulate precisely.

Language and meaning are precise. Those who have mastered the ability to say specifically what they need to say are able to communicate effectively. We help your child develop cunning mastery of communication.

Influence greatly.

All the education in the world is useless unless it is used to influence and change our culture. We know you have big dreams for your child. We do, too. Let us train them to become the leaders of the next generation.

2017-18 Calendar

We are excited about another great year at CSW. Click “Read More” below to access the 2017-2018 school year calendar.
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CSW Weekly News

CSW publishes a weekly e-newsletter every Friday. Check out the most recent issue for upcoming events and important announcements.
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CSW Admissions

To find out more about classical Christian education and what makes it a wise choice for your child, contact us at 773-9279 to schedule a personal tour. Our next Open House is Tuesday, January 23.
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The Case for Cursive

November 3, 2017

Since my early years, beautiful handwriting has always fascinated me. When I was in fourth grade, my father and I discussed cursive. He and I both admired excellent penmanship. As a schoolboy in the 1930s, he had been taught a…

Culture Keepers

September 29, 2017

“O Timothy, keep that which is committed to thy trust, avoiding profane and vain babblings, and oppositions of science falsely so called, which some, professing, have erred concerning the faith. Grace be with thee. Amen.” ~ 1 Timothy 6:20-21 What has…

Why Latin?

August 30, 2017

We get this question quite frequently in the office. While there are several varying opinions on which of the foundational languages are most important in the classical Christian environment, the overwhelming choice has been Latin. The most common concerns with…