Fundamentals of Classical Education: Professional Development for Classical Educators hosted by the CiRCE InstituteFind out more »
2023 Pietas: Intellectual and Contemplative Retreat for Teachers hosted by the Portsmouth Institute for Faith and CultureFind out more »
How to Be Happy: Leisure, Festivity, Culture, and Contemplation (seminar for high school students) hosted by the Collegium InstituteFind out more »
The Society for Classical Learning Winter Symposium focuses on two critical areas of leadership for every classical Christian school – Heads and […]Find out more »
The Society for Classical Learning West Coast Winter Symposium focuses on two critical areas of leadership for every classical Christian school – […]Find out more »
The Institute of Catholic Liberal Education's (ICLE) most hands-on, sequential event, Spirit & Craft of Teaching in the Liberal Arts Tradition immerses […]Find out more »
The Institute for Catholic Liberal Education's largest annual event, the National Conference inspires and equips a growing community of Catholic educators to reclaim […]Find out more »
A Contemplation of Prudence is the 2024 CiRCE National Conference. The fragmented and immature condition of our age is a cliche, a […]Find out more »
The Thomas More Center for the Restoration of Christian Culture organizes conferences and seminars and publishes videos, podcasts, and articles to revive reasoned discussion based on the Christian faith in New England.
The Institute for Catholic Liberal Education provides programs, services, conferences, retreats, and publications drawing on the Catholic tradition to help educators guide students to pursue wisdom and virtue through faith.
The Albertus Magnus Institute creates interactive online courses, podcasts, and high-quality Great Books promoting liberal education.
The Witherspoon Institute offers classical academic programs for students, an online journal about public affairs, and a reading groups about marriage to form the culture by forming the human person.
The Great Hearts Institute hosts the annual National Symposium for Classical Education and provides articles, talks, blog posts, curriculum resources, networking and professional development opportunities, and a free online magazine for classical educators.
The Portsmouth Institute for Faith and Culture hosts conferences, seminars, symposia, and summer programs for Catholic teachers and students to promote the exploration of Catholic thought.
The CiRCE Institute provides articles, in-person and online conferences, The Lost Tools of Writing composition curriculum, an Apprenticeship program for teachers.
The Collegium Institute for Catholic Thought & Culture offers a range of special events, discussion groups, and journals targeting specific areas that tie in to their vision of promoting the Catholic and liberal tradition of learning.
Canterbury Institute manages academic programs and offers scholarships at Oxford to promote the humble pursuit of truth.
The Society for Classical Learning offers leadership training, other events, and memberships for classical Christian schools and teachers.
The Zephyr Institute hosts seminars, reading groups, conferences, and intellectual retreats for professionals, teachers, and students in the Bay Area and virtually.
The Intercollegiate Studies Institute offers articles, lectures, mentorship, community, internships, and fellowships for students and faculty interested in intellectual conservatism and the American tradition of liberty.
The Classical Learning Test offers an alternative to the standard, utilitarian college entrance exams by focusing on the questions great minds have asked for millenia. They also have a classical learning podcast, journal, and blog.
The Veterum Sapientia Institute offers online and in-person courses and tutoring for studying Latin.
Cana Academy sells seminar resources to help liberal educators lead their students well. Their Classical Reader list helps parents find excellent books for K-12 students. They have a blog, podcast, and links to helpful free resources.