Biblical-Classical High School

Biblical-Classical High School

Homeschooling high school? Welcome to our Biblical-Classical high school resource article! What a wonderful season of life to enjoy with our homeschool high school students. And what a blessing to immerse our students in Bible Principles.

A Biblical-Classical education is also known as a Principle Approach® education. It’s what we’re given by God’s Providential Hand out of the Protestant Reformation. And it’s from that moment forward in education that we find Christians teaching and learning with this method for generations. Indeed, it’s the very education which our Founding Fathers received. And we witness the historical evidence of its fruit because of the principles upon which our great nation is founded. While keeping the Bible at the heart of education in every subject, we too can raise strong leaders of Christian Character to help preserve our liberties for generations to come.

How do you know if a Biblical-Classical education is what you’re looking for?

  • Do you love God with all your heart, mind, and soul?
  • Are you thankful for the great things He has done by His Providential Hand?
  • Do you cherish our liberties and the founding of our nation on Biblical Principles?
  • Is a Bible-based education what you desire for your family?

If you answer yes, then this a “passion-match” for you in education.

Below is a small taste of the delicious recipe for a Biblical-Classical high school. In addition to these samples, you’ll see where you may purchase the complete lists.

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Ninth Grade

For the first half of the ninth grade, we study about the Reach of Rome. And the following list is a part of our English, Literature, and History resources:

  • The Life and Writings of Cicero
  • Pillar of Iron by Taylor Caldwell
  • Quo Vadi? by Henryk Sienkiewicz
  • The Agony and the Ecstasy by Irving Stone
  • Virgil
  • The Death Comes to the Archbishop by Willa Cather
  • The Greek Treasures by Irving Stone
  • Readings from Christian History of the Constitution I (Add to Cart)
  • Readings from Christian History of the Constitution II
  • Webster’s 1828 Dictionary (Add to Cart)

Continuing Themes:

For the rest of the ninth grade school year, we cover the themes of The Hebrew Question and Origins. The full list of Leading Ideas; Books/Selected Readings; Film, Music, and Theater for the school year can be purchased below:

 

Tenth Grade

For the first part of the tenth grade, we study about The Second Creation: Life in Christ. And the following list is part of our English, Literature and History resources:

  • The Big Fisherman by Lloyd C. Douglas
  • The Robe by Lloyd C. Douglas
  • Dear and Beloved Physician by Taylor Caldwell
  • Lion of God by Taylor Caldwell
  • The Talisman by Walter Scott
  • Readings from Christian History of the Constitution I by Verna M. Hall  (Add to Cart)
  • Readings from Christian History of the Constitution II
  • Webster’s 1828 Dictionary (Add to Cart)

Continuing Themes:

For the rest of the tenth grade school year, we cover the themes of Revolutions and Frontiers. The full list of Leading Ideas; Books/Selected Readings; Film, Music, and Theater for the school year can be purchased below:

 

Eleventh Grade

For the first part of the eleventh grade, we study about Wars. And the following list is a part of our English, Literature and History resources:

  • Men of Iron by Howard Pyle
  • The Tree of Liberty by Page
  • Drums by Boyd
  • Patton: A Genius of War by d’Este
  • The Christian History of the American Revolution: Consider and Ponder by Verna M. Hall  (Add to Cart)
  • George Washington: The Character and Influence of One Man by Verna M. Hall  (Add to Cart)
  • Webster’s 1828 Dictionary (Add to Cart)

Continuing Themes:

For the rest of the eleventh grade school year, we cover the themes of Statesmanship and The Purpose of Science. The full list of Leading Ideas; Books/Selected Readings; Film, Music, and Theater for the school year can be purchased below:

 

Twelfth Grade

For the first part of the twelfth grade, we study about Liberty and Slavery. And the following list is a part of our English, Literature and History resources:

  • Up from Slavery, Booker T. Washington
  • Narrative of the Captivity and Restoration of Mrs. Mary Rowlandson
  • Webster’s 1828 Dictionary (Add to Cart)

Continuing Themes:

For the rest of twelfth grade school year, we cover the themes of Letters. And also we have the Senior Thesis as a focus. The full list of Leading Ideas; Books/Selected Readings; Film, Music, and Theater for the school year. And they can be purchased below:

You Have a Role Dear Christian Parents

We’re active participants in God’s story. For all of History is HisStory. And it’s by His design that you are born at this time on the Christian HisStory Timeline. Furthermore, it’s by and for His purpose that you’re living in the freest nation on His earth. As you come to understand God’s plan to spread the Gospel Westward and how America is the Most Complete Expression of the Christian Civilization, you’ll embrace teaching and learning her Christian History. Plus, you’ll be one of the key participants in HisStory for helping to keep and restore America’s Christian Character.

America’s character is suffering. If you’re like me and you love her, then a Biblical-Classical Education in your homeschool is part of the solution to helping her turn back around and thrive with a Christian Character.

Wait! It’s Not Just For America…

As Christians are already aware, God’s Word is for all people of all nations. As such, Bible Principles are for all people and all nations.

Wherever you call home on this beautiful globe that God created and is Sovereign over, you can teach and learn with a Principle Approach® Education.

To learn more, please contact The Foundation for American Christian Education.

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