While the Trivium is the framework for Caldwell’s classical Christian instruction, the content of our instruction is the means by which we cultivate a love for wisdom and virtue in each student’s mind, body, and heart, all under the Lordship of Jesus Christ. The content allows students to enter what is known as the Great Conversation, delving into works that have withstood the test of time so that our young scholars are able to rest on the shoulders of those who have gone before us. This means that we intentionally read the best that literature and history have to offer, not tossing aside great works from ages past, but instead valuing them for what they teach us. Our studies also focus on the Liberal Arts and Sciences, emphasizing a well-rounded study of math and science, history and literature, foreign language – including Latin studies from the Grammar through the Rhetoric years – along with theology and the arts, with emphasis on all disciplines and no particular specialization at an early age. Through this traditional study of the Liberal Arts, a great emphasis is placed on reading primary (original) texts and developing communication skills, including research, writing, and speaking. We further seek to incorporate an interdisciplinary approach to our content, whereby all subjects are integrated rather than compartmentalized as is so often the case in modern education.