“The people, the places, the history, the relationships formed and forming . . . all of it was a gift.”
“Carry on! I wish every educator in the classical Christian academy could have this opportunity.”
“This trip was so informative and immersive. I wish . . . that my peers at my school could have been on this trip, because not only would they be as interested as I was, they would understand possibly more than I did. This program is necessary for classical Christians.”
Classical Academic Press and the Studio for Art, Faith and History of Gordon College have partnered to offer a wonderful educational trip to Orvieto, Italy, specially designed for classical students, administrators, and teachers. We offer two trips—one for students (two weeks long), and one for teachers and administrators (eight days long).
The program features remarkable classroom and on-site teaching by Dr. John Skillen, director of the Studio for Art, Faith and History, assisted by veteran classical educators Dr. Christopher Perrin and Christine Perrin. The program theme is “What has Athens to do with Jerusalem?” or the convergence of classical and Christian culture.
The program is sponsored by the Society for Classical Learning. Discounts are offered to all teachers or administrators who are society members.