Classical Roundup–March 16th, 2018

Scott is in Europe, so I (Kyle) am posting on his behalf. I thought it might be fun as Scott takes our School of the Ozarks’ senior class to Greece and Italy to share some pieces we have published from our previous S of O graduates. This week’s Classical Roundup, then, features some of our favorite pieces from former students. Christian Lingner “Life as Maintenance: A … Continue reading Classical Roundup–March 16th, 2018

An Interview with Jacob Russell (Portrait of a Graduate Series)

I had the opportunity to interview Jacob Russell, a 2015 graduate of School of the Ozarks, about the impact classical Christian education had on his life. SM: What was the most impactful book, project, or paper that you experienced at school and why was that? JR: In Christian Worldview II we read a book called Orthodoxy by G. K. Chesterton and wrote a series of … Continue reading An Interview with Jacob Russell (Portrait of a Graduate Series)

An Interview with Fiona Hubbard (Portrait of a Graduate Series)

I had the opportunity to interview Fiona Hubbard, a 2016 graduate of School of the Ozarks, about the impact classical Christian education had on her life. SM: What was the most impactful book, project, or paper that you experienced at school and why was that? FH: Perhaps the most impactful project that I completed while in high school was during junior year, when my Christian … Continue reading An Interview with Fiona Hubbard (Portrait of a Graduate Series)

Virtue Ethics: The Dilemma of Postmodern Democracy (Portrait of a Graduate Series)

By Christian Lingner, School of the Ozarks Class of 2014 History reveals three main ways in which societies can be structured or governed. Probably the most historically popular system is that which governs through a top-down approach, employing regulations and obligations to force the common people to comply with the government’s wishes. Another possibility is complete anarchy, simply letting people do as they wish without … Continue reading Virtue Ethics: The Dilemma of Postmodern Democracy (Portrait of a Graduate Series)

Fiona Hubbard (Portrait of a Graduate Series)

The Portrait of a Graduate series aims to publish pieces by recent graduates of classical Christian schools. Not only do we hope to encourage these students in future writing endeavors by publishing their pieces, but we also hope that the excellence shown in these pieces serves as a small portrait of what classical Christian schools hope their students will be able to do with a … Continue reading Fiona Hubbard (Portrait of a Graduate Series)

Rachel Snyder (Portrait of a Graduate Series)

The Portrait of a Graduate series aims to publish pieces by recent graduates of classical Christian schools. Not only do we hope to encourage these students in future writing endeavors by publishing their pieces, but we also hope that the excellence shown in these pieces serves as a small portrait of what classical Christian schools hope their students will be able to do with a … Continue reading Rachel Snyder (Portrait of a Graduate Series)