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Think clearly.

Instead of being taught what to think, we teach your child how to think. By learning to think clearly and critically, your child is equipped to be a leader no matter what career path they may take.

Listen carefully.

Listening is a vastly underestimated skill. By teaching your child the art of listening, we will empower your child to be able to understand and discern context and meaning, preparing them for success throughout life.

Reason Persuasively.

It’s not enough just to think and listen, your child needs the ability to persuade and influence in a gracious, yet confident manner. These skills are cultivated throughout all facets of your child’s education.

Articulate precisely.

Language and meaning are precise. Those who have mastered the ability to say specifically what they need to say are able to communicate effectively. We help your child develop cunning mastery of communication.

Influence greatly.

All the education in the world is useless unless it is used to influence and change our culture. We know you have big dreams for your child. We do, too. Let us train them to become the leaders of the next generation.

Parent Education Night

Join us 6:30 p.m. Thursday, February 22, in the Heartland Sanctuary for an evening with Steve Turley, Ph.D., who will be speaking about “Raising Wise Kids in a Foolish World.” Childcare provided.

School is canceled Thursday, February 22

Important notice: Due to the icy conditions, school is canceled Thursday, February 22. The administration will make a decision regarding evening activities Thursday afternoon. Thank you!

CSW Admissions

Now is a great time to schedule a visit or set up a shadow day for your student. Call today to find out more about the “Classical Difference.”
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Resolve to Read

January 10, 2018

At Classical School of Wichita, we have an ambitious curriculum that emphasizes reading and assessing the great books that have shaped Western Civilization and thought. From kindergarten on, our students are encouraged to read—and read a lot. From “Blueberries for…

Merry Christmas

December 23, 2017

What a wonderful first semester! It seems like only yesterday we watched students file into classrooms, meet their teachers, unpack their supplies, start new friendships, and rekindle old friendships that had been hampered by summer schedules. Now with several choir…

The Case for Cursive

November 3, 2017

Since my early years, beautiful handwriting has always fascinated me. When I was in fourth grade, my father and I discussed cursive. He and I both admired excellent penmanship. As a schoolboy in the 1930s, he had been taught a…