Classical Learning Resource Center



The CLRC promotes excellent education by harnessing the resources of the Internet to create a space where students meet outstanding instructors in an educational community. We partner with homeschooling parents, public and private school teachers to provide an exceptional learning experience. We connect teachers who love their subject matter and love to teach with students whose natural curiosity and enthusiasm is like tinder waiting to alight.

“οὐ γὰρ ὡς ἀγγεῖον ὁ νοῦς ἀποπληρώσεως ἀλλ᾽ ὑπεκκαύματος μόνον ὥσπερ ὕλη δεῖται, ὁρμὴν ἐμποιοῦντος εὑρετικὴν καὶ ὄρεξιν ἐπὶ τὴν ἀλήθειαν.”

“For the mind is not a vessel that needs to be filled, but wood that needs only igniting to be motivated toward originality and yearning for the truth.”
Plutarch – Moralia


Sign Up for Summer Classes Today!  

CLRC instructors are offering a wide variety of fun, special-interest Summer courses to keep students academically stimulated and mentally sharp over the summer months.  To peruse the Summer catalog and register for a class, click here.

More classes may be added over the next few weeks.  So please check back again!

Please explore our new website

We hope you’ll find it beautiful, clear, informative, and helpful. You’ll find all the outstanding classes you’ve enjoyed in the past plus new courses in Latin, Poetry, Math, Great Books, Early Elementary, Christian Studies, Hebrew, and a modern language explosion including Arabic, Japanese, Mandarin, and Russian. You’ll find some great new teachers hailing from Harvard, Hillsdale, and the University of London. Please join us for Fall 2015. It’s going to be a remarkable year.

CLRC online classes are live, interactive, and available to anyone with Internet access. Most CLRC teachers have advanced degrees (Masters, Ph.D., or Teaching Credential) and extensive teaching experience.

Our Fall Courses Start in August, REGISTER TODAY!

All Classes Recorded!

CLRC courses are live, interactive classes available to anyone with Internet access.  All classes are recorded and are easily accessible to enrolled students for review or to aid those who need to miss a class from time to time due to travel, sickness, or other obligations.  Class recordings capture everything that goes on in the live class — both audio and video components of the class, as well as all student questions and comments.  Thus CLRC courses provide both the dynamic and interactive advantages of live classes and the flexibility of recorded classes.