The Greeks - Old Western Culture"But what if there was a single program that adequately covered key texts of Western literature; that was well-written, accurate, and Christ-centered; and that didn't just mimic all the other courses? Well, there is. Old Western Culture: A Christian Approach to the Great Books is everything other Classical-style courses wish they were." - Exodus Books, review on Old Western Culture


Old Western Culture | 4 year overviewOld Western Culture provides a complete video-based literature program for your high school student. We bring the teacher, the workbooks, and the planning - you bring the student! 

Experience a world of literature guided by a master of the classics known for his contagious love of learning. Wesley Callihan weaves history, theology, philosophy, art, and poetry together in this double-credit course.

Students read and interact directly with the original works, but are guided by the commentary, analysis, and discernment of a master teacher in the form of in-depth video lectures and accompanying workbooks.

For centuries, the study of the great books defined what it meant to be educated. In fact, the "liberal arts" was the education of a free man. Give your children a "liberal" education in the oldest, truest sense of the word!


CLICK HERE to watch full lessons from the curriculum, fun excerpts, browse the workbooks, exams, and art guides, as well as get to know Wes Callihan, the instructor.



Dig in Deeper


Why Study the Ancient Greeks?

Wesley Callihan gives a brief overview of why it is important to study the Greeks, and how he goes about this in year 1 of the Old Western Culture curriculum.


Wes Callihan gives a virtual tour of his library

You learn a lot about a man from his books. Get to know Wes Callihan in this virtual tour of his library, which includes a mini lecture on the question, "What is a great book?"


Overview of Old Western Culture

Daniel Foucachon, the founder of Roman Roads Media, discusses Old Western Culture.


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