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Cair Paravel Latin School

Savor the Latin, Tongues and the Tongue

CPLS

Today’s blog was guest written by CPLS Latin teacher, Sarah Gannon. The Latin word for “tongue” is “lingua,” from which …

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Only a Temporary Home

temporary home

Today’s blog was guest written by CPLS Rhetoric School faculty, Trent Leach. In the spring of 2005, I was finishing …

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The “Noble” Art of Learning

Liberal arts

Today’s blog was guest written by CPLS Rhetoric School Faculty, Trent Leach. The term “liberal arts” is often mischaracterized, misunderstood, …

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Creating Beauty for our Chaotic World

Today’s blog was guest written by CPLS Rhetoric School Faculty, Dr. William Isley. The two great enemies of creating beauty …

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Educating for All of Life

Classical Christian Education

Today’s blog was guest written by CPLS Academic Dean and Rhetoric School Mathematics Faculty, James Seidel. Unqualified amateurs. The words …

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Our Bell has a Story to Tell

Today’s blog was guest written by Admissions Director, Stacey Hickam. Today we live in the shadow of a pandemic that we hoped was nearly over, …

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10 tips to deal with the After-School Collapse

Today’s post is written by guest author and Grammar School Counselor, Melissa Gossard. Does your child collapse at the end of …

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In pursuit of Truth, Goodness and Beauty through filmmaking.

College Preparedness

Today’s blog post is by guest author Colin Sanders. Colin is a 2020 graduate of CPLS and a sophomore at …

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Celebrating our Grandparents COVID-Style

Grandparents Day has been a beloved tradition at Cair Paravel Latin School since the school’s earliest days.  Always scheduled on …

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Scholar’s Bowl Team Finishes Strong in State Debut

As a brand-new member of KSHAA, this was the first chance for the team to compete for a state title.   After …

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