Monday, March 10, 2014

Wittenberg Academy

This is a shameless plug for an endeavor that some of our editors are involved in: Wittenberg Academy, the online Lutheran high school. Really it's more than a high school: we've got students of many levels. For example in Latin (which I teach) we run everything from Elementary Latin for grade schoolers up through Latin Readings and Latin for Adults. Father Beane and Father Braaten also teach for the school.

So Wittenberg Academy is not merely a high school - and neither is it exclusively for the home school crowd. Some brick and mortar Lutheran schools also use WA as a means of expanding their course offerings.

It's an exciting time for Confessional Lutheranism in America. We have so much opportunity to do good - and so much room to grow. The folks who direct the affairs of WA share that excitement about being thoroughly Lutheran - and training the next generation of Lutherans. Check them out!

+HRC

6 comments:

  1. Our family is very excited about the new elementary curriculum!

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  2. Wittenberg Academy's curriculum is extraordinary! I'm honored to be part of the faculty, and I believe this way of using technology to prepare the next generation of confessional Lutheran people to take their place in the world is something we are only now discovering and putting to use in the kingdom for the sake of the gospel. It really works, and the possibilities are really exciting! Props to the leadership of Wittenberg Academy for bringing this dream to fruition and for constantly looking for ways to improve.

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  3. So I went looking for the Latin for Adults stuff. How often is that offered?

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    1. They always run it in the summer, but we can run it any term we have interest.

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  4. We have been thankful for Wittenberg Academy as we have begun our mission work in South Asia. Thank you Pastor Beane, Pastor Curtis, Pastor Skogen, Mr. Benson.
    Pastor Roger B. James, Chennai, India

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  5. Are you going to offer more elementary classes? I am seriously looking into this for my son who will be 8th grade next year. I also have girls who will be 6th and 3rd.

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