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"The time-tested ideas behind classical Christian schools are foreign to most modern educators … [E]ducation is about soul formation, not just information.”  
— G.K. Chesterton

Christ-Centered.  Classical.  Collaborative.

Knox Classical School empowers parents to raise their children in the instruction of the Lord by providing a comprehensive classical educational framework that trains students to explore Scripture and creation with humility, excellence, and wonder.

Our Mission & Vision


Acknowledging Christ’s preeminence in all things, not just in Bible class or chapel.


Teaching timeless truths using time-tested methods to cultivate virtuous and passionate students.


Combining the benefits of traditional school with the blessings of homeschooling.

Lux Invictus Est | Light Is Invincible

“The light shines in the darkness, and the darkness has not overcome it.” — John 1:5

Now Accepting Applications

Would you like to partner with Knox Classical School to give your student a rigorous classical Christian education that will equip him to know and love the truth?  We're accepting applications for the 2024—2025 school year for kindergarten through third grade.

Step One:  Attend an Info Meeting

Attending an info meeting is the first step in our application process.  We'll introduce you to our Board of Directors and administrators, describe our classical Christian methodology, and explain how our collaborative model gives your student the best of traditional schooling and homeschooling.  You'll also have a chance to preview our robust curriculum, and you'll be invited to apply after attending the meeting.

Info Meeting RSVP

Step Two:  Complete the Family and Student Applications and Pay the Application Fee

We'll email you links to our Family Application and Student Application after you attend an info meeting.  Complete those applications and pay a one-time $150 application fee to apply for admission.  

As a part of your Family Application, we'll ask both parents to read one of two great, short works on classical Christian education:  An Introduction to Classical Education, by Christopher Perrin, or The Lost Tools of Learning, by Dorothy Sayers.  We'll also ask you to read carefully our Knox Classical School Family Handbook.

Step Three:  Schedule a Family Interview

Our admissions team reviews application materials on a rolling basis and will contact advancing families to schedule a family interview.  This gives us a chance to get to know you better and confirm that our classical, Christian, collaborative model is a good fit for your family.  

Before this interview, you'll administer a brief academic assessment to your student to provide his or her teacher with information about his or her academic strengths and weaknesses.

You'll receive an email within two weeks of your interview with an acceptance or denial of admission.

Why Choose Classical, Christian Education?

"Is not the great defect of our education today … that although we often succeed in teaching our pupils 'subjects,' we fail lamentably on the whole in teaching them how to think?  They learn everything, except the art of learning." 
— Dorothy Sayers, The Lost Tools of Learning

"The point is this: whoever sows sparingly will also reap sparingly, and whoever sows bountifully will also reap bountifully.”
​— 2 Corinthians 9:6


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More from our team on the riches of classical Christian education.