Getting Started with CLSA
Hello, we’re so glad that you’ve decided to check out CLSA. Welcome!
Our website exists to connect educators (administrators, teachers, parents) together with the staff, resources, and members of the Classical Latin School Association.
To help you get the most out of our website and other services, we’ve created this page as a map to guide and orient your experience, so that you can quickly find the services that will be most relevant and helpful to you.
Locate yourself below and follow the links to the areas you’re most interested in.
If you’re a principal, headmaster/mistress, or handle administrative responsibilities at a school (including cottage and university-model schools), then check out the following services first:
- Professional support and membership benefits
- On-site consultation at your school
- Administratrive training at our annual conference
- Free resources and blogposts from master educators
- Looking for new hires?
- Visiting Highlands Latin School
- Starting a school
If you’re a teacher, these offerings from our site will speak directly to you:
- Exordium (our blog, with contributions from master teachers)
- Teacher Training Webinars
- CLSA Teacher Training Conference
- The classifieds page
For parents who want to get the most from CLSA, we suggest you do a few things first:
- Visit to our blog and see our posts on all-things-classical
- If you homeschool, come to Sodalitas, our annual conference for homeschool parents
- Visit our sister organization, Memoria Press, where you can find out more about classical education and best pre-K-12 curriculum available today, the Classical Core Curriculum.
Again, we’re so glad to have you with us! Looking forward to getting to know you better,
-The CLSA Team
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