A Classically-Minded Christian Tutelage
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Who is The Master's Study?
We are more than just a “homeschool group.” We don’t exactly fit the traditional notions of a school or academy; we aren’t a cooperative; and we’re a bit more than a group that meets at the library every third Tuesday.
Our focus is to inspire a love of learning that grows out of a true liberal arts education. Meeting weekly, The Master's Study is a true tutelage - a program that enhances a home educator's existing program through a study of the liberal arts from a historically Classical Christian perspective.
In true Classical style, our lower school (PreK-8th grade) rotates on an four-year historical cycle that includes Creation to the Fall of Rome, The Fall of Rome to the US Constitution, The US Constitution through the 19th Century, and Modern Times. Additional studies include: art, music, recitation, science, and Latin.
Our high-school program builds on the very seeds we plant in the youngest of students. Meeting twice weekly, these students study a humanities core of history, literature & composition, logic, and rhetoric while opting into other electives such as math, science and language. Juniors and seniors earn dual credit as part of their studies; our dual credit partner is Crossroads Bible College of Indianapolis.
The Master's Study currently operates on two campuses:
TMS1 meets on the northwest side of Indianapolis and welcomes students in PreK through high school. TMS2 meets in the Zionsville / Whitestown area and serves students in PreK through 6th grade.
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A centuries-old approach to learning, following a pattern known as the trivium, which is heavily bedded upon the Humanities of Western culture and laced with critical thinking skills.
Unapologetically committed to Jesus Christ as the center of our organization, our education, our relationships and our purpose.
A school of tutors who partner with with the parent/teacher in a relationship of respect and cooperation, and a willingness to yield to one another, all the while working for the benefit of a student in his or her academic pursuits.
The Master's Study is delighted to announce a partnership with Crossroads Bible College of Indianapolis which permits dual credit opportunity for enrolled juniors and seniors. Beginning with the 2013-2014 academic year, juniors will secure 9 credit hours while seniors will secure 12. To learn more, reserve a spot at the next upcoming High School Informational Coffee.
Read the full press release here
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