Here is the schedule of classes for 2016 – 2017:
Tuesday classes will begin on August 30, 2016, and will end on May 30, 2017.
Wednesday classes will begin on August 31, 2016, and will end on May 31, 2017.
There will be no classes during the fourth week of November. There will be no classes during the last two weeks of December.
If there are other schedule changes, they will be announced during class.
Latin 1 | Lingua Latina, Chapters 1 – 19: Tuesday, 9:00-9:55am CST
Latin 2 | Lingua Latina, Chapters 20 – 35:Tuesday, 10:00-10:55am CST
Latin 3 and 4 | Roma Aeterna, by Hans Ørberg: Tuesday, 11:00 – 11:55am CST (This course will take two years to complete. Course based on interest))
Latin 1 | Henle Latin 1: Wednesday, 9:00-9:55am CST
Latin 2 | Henle Latin 2: Wednesday, 10:00-10:55am CST
Greek 1 | New Testament Greek: Recorded class. Watch anytime!
Possible Special Webinars
From Latin to Italian
English Vocabulary from Latin and Greek Roots
National Latin exam
Beginning November 8, 2016, all new subscriptions will end on July 1. If you would like to maintain a monthly subscription rather than join again in August, just let me know. It is best to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
As always, all subscriptions are FAMILY subscriptions. Everyone in the family is welcome to enroll.
By the way, here is the schedule of classes I offered in 2015 – 2016:
New! | The Hidden Meaning in Harry Potter: Thanksgiving to Christmas
Latin 1 | Lingua Latina, Chapters 1 – 19: Tuesday, 3:00-3:55pm CST
Latin 2 | Lingua Latina, Chapters 20 – 35: Tuesday, 4:00-4:55pm
Latin 3 | Fables and Foundations: Tuesday, 2:00-2:55pm CST
Latin 4 | Coming Next Year: Roma Aeterna, by Hans Ørberg!
Test prep | Vocabulary Class: Tuesday, 5:00-5:55pm CST
Latin 1 | Henle Latin 1: Wednesday, 3:00-3:55pm CST
Latin 2 | Henle Latin 2: Wednesday, 4:00-4:55pm CST
Greek 1 | Athenaze 1 – 16: Wednesday, 5:00-5:55pm CST
Greek 2 | Athenaze 17 – 30: Wednesday, 6:00-6:55pm CST
Classes I am considering (based on interest):
De Bello Gallico, by Hans Orberg
Roma Aeterna, by Hans Orberg
National Latin Exam preparation
The New Testament in Latin and Greek
Asterix the Gaul (in Latin!). This is a possible summer course. Just for fun. But, for serious Latin students only. Only after completion of Henle 1, or Lingua Latina per se Illustrata.
I need some feedback. Vote for your favorite classes! If there is enough interest… I will teach it!