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Our newest line of schools feature a blend of classical curriculum and 21st-century skills.

“Why Read Literature?”

In her article "Why Read Literature?," literary historian Esther Lombardi raises several interesting questions. Do we read literature purely for enjoyment? Do we read...

ResponsiveEd’s Tyler Classical Academy Students Learn About Robotics and Engineering

At the East Texas State Fair Academic Rodeo this year, Tyler Classical Academy, a ResponsiveEd® charter school, students in elementary and middle school walked...

Coppell Classical Academy Student Competes in National Geographic Bee

The world’s largest ice shelf, located in Antarctica, is known by what name? It was questions like this that Rishabh Raman, a sixth grade...

At ResponsiveEd Schools, Learning Latin Paves the Way to Success

With today’s increased job automation, many argue that students need to focus on technical skill development, but Dallas Mavericks owner and Shark Tank investor...

Matthew Haid: Leading Students into the 21st Century

A great teacher can change what students think about school. They inspire students, re-engage them in learning and model good character. ResponsiveEd’s Clay Classical...

Austin Classical Academy Students Are Attending the National Junior Leaders Conference

This summer, several middle school students from Austin Classical Academy will be heading to Washington D.C. for the six-day Junior National Young Leaders Conference...

Carrollton Classical Academy Students Learn about Generosity through Fundraising Effort

Moved by a teacher’s story about her father’s struggle with cancer, elementary students at Carrollton Classical Academy raised more than $7,500 for the Leukemia...

Literature for Today’s Students and Tomorrow’s Leaders

The reading curriculum at ResponsiveEd’s Classical Academies focuses on content-rich literature from the classical Western canon. These timeless works, whether ancient or modern, speak...

Corinth Classical Academy Student Receives National Recognition for Volunteer Work

Every year since he was six, Micah Pinson, a seventh grader at Corinth Classical Academy, has collected and donated toys to the Texas Scottish...

Corinth Classical Students Take Home FIRST LEGO League Win

This year was Corinth Classical Academy’s first time competing in FIRST LEGO League, but that didn’t stop one of their teams, The Crash, from...