Old Western Culture: A Christian Approach to the Great Books

THE GREEKS is year 1 of Old Western Culture, an integrated humanities curriculum by Roman Roads Media made in collaboration with Wesley Callihan of Schola Tutorials. A veteran teacher of the classics, Wesley Callihan teaches in a story-telling fashion, his only notes being the worn copies of the Great Books beside him. Each year of Old Western Culture is divided into 4 units/quarters for convenience and flexibility. Each unit contains 12 lectures (4 DVDs, 5-6 hrs), has an accompanying Student Workbook and Answer Key for daily work, and includes digital version of all the required texts. The units for The Greeks are: The Epics, Drama and Lyric, The Histories, and The Philosophers. This is a double-credit course (Literature and Social Studies), intended for high school aged students. While not an art course, over 100 classical paintings and artwork are woven into each unit!
Give your student a classical education from a master-teacher, using this complete, homeschool-friendly, easy-to-use curriculum!

The Romans | Old Western Culture Old Western Culture: The Romans is year 2 in the Old Western Culture integrated humanities curriculum. It is a full year of instruction divided into four units: The Aeneid, The Historians, Early Christianity, and Nicene Christianity. With over 20 hours of video with accompanying exercises for each assignment, exams, and a robust reading load, The Romans offers the homeschooler or school a complete literature and social studies curriculum.
Give your student a classical education from a master-teacher, using this complete, homeschool-friendly, easy-to-use curriculum!

The Grammar of Poetry | Video Course & Textbooks

The Grammar Of Poetry is a video course and textbook that teaches the mechanics of poetry by using the classical approach of imitation. It is designed for the 6-9th grade level, but is also appropriate for older children and adults seeking to achieve a better knowledge of how poetry works. Click for more info!


Introductory Logic and Intermediate Logic

Introductory Logic and Intermediate Logic, by James Nance. Logic is the art of reasoning well—of learning to think God’s thoughts after Him. In this Logic curriculum, James Nance lay the proper foundation of reasoning in the truth of God, then train students in the crucial skills of defining terms, recognizing basic types of statements, identifying informal fallacies, and more. Logic is foundational for helping students excel in every subject they study, from math and science to rhetoric and humanities.

Visual Latin I and II

Visual Latin is a video-driven Latin homeschool curriculum taught by veteran Latin teacher Dwane Thomas. It’s quite unique. Three short videos are paired with three sets of worksheets to guide students from grammar concepts, to practice sentences, to reading in Latin. Kids everywhere love it! Listen to Dwane explain how it works in THIS video.

Economics for Everybody

Economics for Everybody. Economics: it’s everywhere, influencing everything — and so rarely understood. Economics for Everybody seeks to remedy that through an insightful and entertaining exploration of the principles, practices, and consequences of economics. Thoroughly unconventional, this church, family, and homeschool economics curriculum links entrepreneurship with lemonade, cartoons with markets, and Charlie Chaplin with supply and demand.
If you’re confused about teaching economics to your church or family, or are just looking for a great homeschool economics curriculum, this is the place to begin. It not only explains how economics works, it shows how economic freedom is directly related to religious freedom; it explores the differences between socialism, interventionism, and free markets; and it explains how stewardship is at the heart of a healthy economic system.

United States History

Dave Raymond's American History. History is best understood through the dual lenses of dramatic story and godly wisdom. Veteran history teacher Dave Raymond gives a comprehensive history of the United States by applying a Christian worldview to the characters, events, theology, literature, art, and religious beliefs of the nation. It is an engaging American history homeschool curriculum for students age 12 and up. Designed for upper middle school and lower high school (although upper high school would enjoy it, too). Dave uses a combination of lectures and readings structured for a 5-day school week with daily tasks, weekly exams, and projects, as well as a year-long portfolio.


A "flipped classroom" is one in which the lecture typically given in class is watched at home, and the time normally spent doing homework occurs live in class. In other words, you watch the recorded lecture on your own, followed by answering questions. You then interact with the teacher and other students online going over the lesson, followed by previewing the next lesson.