Regrettably, we don’t always need someone else to lead us down the garden path of sophistry; we’re very capable walkers, thanks, and feel sure we can find it unassisted.
Time is sometimes depicted as an ouroboros, a serpent eating its tail, a symbol of cyclical recurrence. History is like a bask of crocodiles: they are related to snakes, but have extra features that may distract us, to our peril.
To err is human; to forgive is divine; logically, then, it must be diabolical to subalternate.
Today, high school; tomorrow, college—it can feel overwhelming! Here are some tips for high school students, year by year, to be ready when application time comes.
Interview With Katherine Sinkovitz on the CLT3-6 As part of CLT’s commitment to provide the best possible testing experience, we conducted a pilot this past spring of our
“Other standardized test data gives me a sense of where our students fall nationally with other competitive private schools, but the CLT’s testing will also indicate how our students are reading a classic work of literature. Not only are we checking the boxes on nationally normed standards, but CLT fits with our mission. Seeing how we can actually improve the classroom is really going to be great.”
“I have no hesitation at all in recommending that classical schools make the switch to CLT because I feel like, content-wise, you’re going to feel like, ‘This is the right kind of test that my students should be taking.'” After the Spring 2023 pilot test for CLT3-6, we had the pleasure of speaking with Tag Green, head of middle school at Providence Christian, to hear about his students’ experience.