Who we are . . .
As a Scholé Group, we are a homeschooling community that employs the content of a classical curriculum and the pedagogy of restful learning embodied by the word scholé. The word scholé (pronounced skoh-LAY) comes from a Greek word that means “restful learning,” with the connotation of “contemplation,” “conversation,” and “reflection.” Our mission is to pursue deep engagement that results in enjoyable, permanent learning—that is, to bring scholé to our homeschool co-op.
2019-2020 Open Houses
Monday, March 4, 2019 (9-11AM)
Monday, April 8, 2019 (9-11AM)
Join us to experience a morning of Scholé at Southview Church.
Welcome to Calgary Classical Scholé
scholé learning begins in wonder and leads to wisdom
deep, permanent learning
pursuing restful, classical education…together
bringing education to life
leading students in learning that lasts
Space is available for Dialectic students in grades 7-9.
why we do what we do
cultivating wonder and imagination
Emily is excited to have the opportunity to partner with Schole in their efforts to instill a love and fascination for learning in each student. She is nearing the end of her English degree at Ambrose University, and plans on completing her Education degree soon after.
“Guide me in your truth and teach me, for you are God my Savior, and my hope is in you all day long.” Psalm 25:5
Katie is rooted in a holistic approach to life, from homesteading to homeschooling. She has a passion to facilitate Christ centered learning. She believes community is essential in our homeschooling journey and enjoys learning from others. Katie loves her family, her horses and the great outdoors.
With a love for igniting wonder and delight in children, Monica’s passion is to equip students to know, love and practice that which is true, good and beautiful. God Himself is the embodiment of this truth as He declares His grace to be sufficient and His power to be made perfect in weakness. (2 Corinthians 12:9)
Leslie is excited to help students explore the rich, foundational language of Latin. Leslie has a B.A. and B. Ed from St. Mary’s University in Calgary and a certificate in Creativity in Educational Practice. She loves to see God’s story of creation, fall, redemption and reconciliation unfolding in literature and great works of art. She delights in seeing students discover this as well. Docendo discimus – by teaching, we learn.
Victoria is excited to build up students through the gift of music. She believes that a classical foundation for music can ignite a curiosity for the arts that will enrich students for the rest of their lives. Born and raised in a Christ-centred, musical home, Victoria has experienced God through his Gift of music. She hopes to be a part of teaching music in a way that draws students closer to Him. She graduated from Oklahoma City with her Bachelor of Music in Musical Theatre in 2017. Docendo discimus – by teaching, we learn.
Megan never dreamed that the design of God and her love of learning would lead her to the beautiful adventure that she and her family find themselves on: homeschooling! She is so grateful to daily unwrap the gifts of time, restful learning, connection, and continually discovering new things about each other and the beautiful world God has created for us to enjoy. This Schole community has been inspirational and a wonderful source of encouragement to her entire family, and she looks forward to continue to partner together in bringing glory to God by pursuing truth, goodness and beauty.
Mary, partnering with her husband, continues in her calling to disciple their 5 children; initially through 25 years of home education and now through entrepreneurship and community living, as together they build a common vision and family legacy.
Having homeschooled her own children for many years, Candace is thrilled to be a part of the homeschooling community again. She is passionate in teaching her students strong writing skills as well as engaging them in critical reading. Being a student herself at St. Mary’s University, enrolled in the BA in Psychology program, Candace is keen to continue her pursuit in higher learning, and desires to see others reach their utmost potential, noting that education is a God-given gift that is not to be taken for granted.
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