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Congratulations to Marya, Drew, Jake, Benjamin and Daniel who all passed their final exams for the first session of the Chavagnes/ICES Liberal Arts course. Here they are before and after the Exam board met to discuss their fate … they are pictured with Madame Papin, Mr Joubert and Mr de la Barre from ICES and
End of the first session examinations for our five brave STUDIUM students. Tomorrow Mathematics, then Monday and Tuesday: History, Theology and Literature. They have also written a Philosophy term paper.
In October 2018 , the Studium made a visit a to Sicily, via Rome and Paris. In Sicily, the focus was on three ancient Hellenic sites: Agrigento, Selinunte and Segesta. In their first oral exams in December the students will relate their studies in Greek literature, history, philosophy and mathematics to the sites they visited.
Rustic, but friendly. The guys make dinner… Jake, Ben, JD, Michael and Drew plus Daniel behind the camera.
Lessons are well underway for the new BA in the Liberal Arts at Chavagnes, with lessons in French at the local Catholic university of the Vendée.
We’ve just started cataloguing our books at the Studium Library. We have thousands of them, but it is going to require a lot of patience to get though them all. With the software from the folks at Librarika the job is fairly easy; it might end up being a “leisure time activity” for our new
Hello there. Please share this message from Vendée, France. Jake Belanger writes: I’ve done the foundation course at Chavagnes and have also been helping this year in the boys’ school. It’s a very special place and has already given me a great deal. I’m very much looking forward to the studies for the BA degree
Marya from Virginia writes: “Homeschooled for most of my life, except for kindergarten in Italy, I’ve developed a fondness for the classical liberal arts. As a high school senior, I grew more and more concerned about what I would study in college, and perhaps do for the rest of my life. As I searched for