Ridgeview Classical Schools Host Humanities Day
Ridgeview Classical Schools Hosts Humanities Day, an intellectual open house with notable speaker: Dr. Anthony Esolen, Ph.D of Providence College.
Ridgeview Classical Schools, a K-12 charter school in Fort Collins, will host an intellectual open house on Saturday, February 25, 2017, from 9 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. at the school located at 1800 S. Lemay Avenue. The day will feature nine breakout sessions and a keynote address. Breakout sessions topics include discussions on Shackleton’s Crisis Leadership, Beethoven, terrorism in Spain, and Hamlet to name a few.
We invite the public to join us for a day of colloquia presented by our faculty, alongside our keynote speaker, Dr. Anthony Esolen, a classically-oriented author and lecturer who is well known for his books, “10 Ways to Destroy Your Child’s Imagination” and “Life Under Compulsion: Ten Ways to Destroy the Humanity of your Child”.
Tickets are $15 per person and include refreshments in the morning and lunch. To purchase tickets visit: https://rcshumanitiesday.eventbrite.com
ABOUT RIDGEVIEW CLASSICAL SCHOOLS: Founded in 2001, Ridgeview is a K-12, classical charter school located in Fort Collins, Colorado. It enrolls around 800 students annually and focuses on a true liberal arts education to develop the intellect and character of each of its students. Ridgeview offers an education that is rarely matched by other schools within the charter school community. It distinguishes itself first by its unequivocal commitment to the classical tradition. In this sense, classical means that Latin is taught from kindergarten, Greek is taught from third grade, and students learn root languages before they are taught derivatives such as French or Spanish. They learn to develop a thesis, to exegize a text, and to order their thinking, writing, and presentations according to a classical order of arrangement. To learn more about Ridgeview Classical Schools, visit our website at: www.ridgeviewclassical.com