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Academics | April 13, 2021

A Joyful Focus on the Fundamentals

Young children are naturally inquisitive and eager to explore the world around them. Classical education focuses on nurturing these important fundamental skills through songs, movement, guided discovery and hands-on activities that encourage curiosity, creativity, and joy in the learning process. 

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Academics, Parent Partnership | January 6, 2021

Kindergarten at Covenant

Curiosity, energy, and a natural excitement for exploring. Kindergartners were created uniquely to experience the world God created with wonder and enthusiasm. Their early learning experiences should encourage and reinforce these natural tendencies as well as prepare them for a lifetime of joyful learning.

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Big Advantages of a Small School

Choosing a school for your child is one of the most important decisions you will make as a parent. In the ever-changing landscape of education today, it has become increasingly clear that bigger is not always better.

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Academics, Covenant Life | September 2, 2020

Truth. Goodness. Beauty.

An afternoon of history read aloud under the restful shade of the sprawling branches above.  A smile captured while outside social distancing with friends.  Laughter heard through the hallways as new discoveries are made. Truth, goodness, and beauty resound in the sights and sounds of a joyful return to the classroom. 

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Alumni | August 21, 2020

Alumnus of the Month: Jimmy

“An important aspect of classical education is that it encourages a breadth of interests and thus develops students who seek to understand the world holistically.”

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Covenant Life | July 31, 2020

Faculty Feature: Jacob Andrews

We are delighted to welcome Jacob Andrews to our faculty!  Mr. Andrews will teach 7th and 8th-grade Latin, coach our Certamen program, and teach Latin 4 and Logic tutorials to our 10th-grade students.   

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Covenant Life | July 17, 2020

Faculty Feature: Dana Niesluchowski

Covenant Classical School is pleased to announce that Mrs. Dana Niesluchowski will teach Grammar School physical education, bringing her strong training in exercise physiology, her passion for health and fitness, her experience as a fitness instructor and teacher, her love for Christ and the gospel, and her support for the mission of Covenant Classical School.

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Alumni | June 20, 2020

Alumna of the Month

As Caroline reflected upon her time at Covenant, she recently shared, “My years at Covenant taught me how to think critically and creatively, speak well in public environments, manage my time as a student athlete, and see God in all aspects of my life.”

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Covenant Life | June 11, 2020

A Lasting Impact

Teachers, administrators, and parents have poured themselves into the development of this gracious community, helping us advance our mission in the lives of students across the western suburbs for the past ten years. Mr. Spice is one of these dedicated individuals.

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When Classical Schooling Collides with High-Tech Learning

What happens when a global pandemic forces us to take our entire classical and Christian program online? If we teach children the power of ideas and to put first things first–such as reading widely, thinking deeply, and writing and speaking well–and if we teach children the high value of respecting others, they will be able to transfer those hard-earned habits and skills to new arenas and to any task or vocation they encounter, even when that task involves realigning their approach to education.

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