Homeschoolers have so many more options than they used to, particularly with internet technology. My daughter, Joanna Hensley, has been teaching Latin and integrated humanities courses online. These are real-time sessions, and students can see the teacher and interact with her and with each other, much like a traditional classroom. It’s high tech, and yet classical at the same time. I have watched her at work, and she is brilliant at this kind of teaching. She is now at Wilson Hill Academy. (Wilson Hill’s statement of faith is the Nicene Creed.) I mention this now because enrollment for the next term started yesterday and some of you might want to check this out.
And while I’m plugging schools, if you would like an online classical Lutheran high school, look into Wittenberg Academy.
After the jump, a video about Wilson Hill. [Read more…]