Sunday, February 7, 2016

Schole' Moments - Week 19

This week we explored with wonder, things like simple levers, characters in Greek mythology and even had a snowball fight in Latin!  Join us as we recall our Schole' moments from week 19...

Sunday, January 24, 2016

Week 18 - Schole' in Practice

This week's Schole' moments were spent with some special guests that involved puppies and politics!  Join us this week as we put Schole' into practice in our community…  

Monday, January 18, 2016

Schole' in Practice - Week 17

This week was filled with truth, beauty and goodness, as we explored through science experimentation, visit from a local farmer, a local author reading our students her original work about virtues and more.   Join us as we recap Week 17 of Schole' in practice...

Friday, January 15, 2016

Schole' in Practice - Week 16

This was our first week back to school from our long holiday break.  The kids were excited to be back and you could feel the energy on campus!  Re-enrollment has begun in our Community.  Open enrollment will begin February 1st for anyone interested in joining our Schole' group.  We have been busy praying and planning for next year already and some exciting changes are coming!

We are expanding next year to include a beautiful program for 4-6 year olds that involves working with the assisted living residents we serve monthly this year.  They are located next door to our current campus.  We are also adding a second day for the upper elementary and middle school students.  Finally, we are expanding to add a Middle School option next year!  God has been good and we are enjoying the blessings of pursuing Schole' together.  If you are interested in learning more about SGCA, you can go to

Join us as we share our Schole' moments from this week…

Sunday, December 27, 2015

Principles of Mathematics by Katherine Loop (Review)

If you have been with me for a while, you already know that I'm a fan of Katherine Loop.  I reviewed her previous two books Revealing Arithmetic and Beyond Numbersand absolutely loved her presentation of math not being a neutral subject.  After finishing up a study on Plato and his ideas about mathematics continually being discovered and not invented by man, my thoughts of God being at the core of math, are further cemented and the desire to see children grasp that concept as Christians is so important in today's "neutral" society.  Have you tried to find a truly Biblical math curriculum?  The best I've seen until now, is math presented as a neutral subject, with a Bible Verse thrown somewhere on the page.  Introducing Book 1, Principles of MATHematics, Biblical Worldview Curriculum by Katherine Loop!  Here are my thoughts on this new math curriculum…

Monday, December 21, 2015

Christmas Celebration - SGCA

Christmas is a time when we stop and reflect upon the greatest gift ever given to mankind - Jesus!  Our Community took some time out of our advent season to come together and do three really special service projects.  Join us as we put Schole' into Christmas for our Community...

Sunday, December 13, 2015

Schole in Practice - Learning Celebration #2

Right before our Thanksgiving and Christmas break, we had our 2nd Learning Celebration to punctuate what the kids had been learning in Great Books.  If you've been following our Community online, then you know we have been learning the elements of a story through the use of various ancient cinderella storybooks.  We ended with The Egyptian Cinderella book and then the kids began working together on a play, to act out the story.