About the Classical Latin School Association
The Classical Latin School Association (CLSA) is an association of elementary and secondary schools working to promote the transmission of the culture of the Christian West to the next generation through the Classical Core CurriculumTM, which focuses on the content study of history, literature, and the great ideas, with an emphasis on basic skills and the liberal arts, and a special emphasis on the study of Latin. The Classical Core CurriculumTM is a Latin-centered classical Christian curriculum implemented at our member schools. CLSA academic accreditation is a way for schools to internally document their viability as academically successful classical Christian schools by holding themselves externally accountable and to verify to their respective communities of families that they are offering their students a superior classical Christian education. For more information, visit our membership and accreditation pages or contact us.
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