High School at Veritas focuses on the humanities, science and mathematics, Latin, and the fine arts. Students experience the best of what is written, thought, and spoken – that which has endured across cultures and centuries. The rigor of the classical curriculum and the use of the Socratic method enables students to use their mental faculties to grapple with deep philosophical questions, to solve complicated mathematical problems, and to write compelling essays. Ultimately, the course work is designed to inspire students to pursue truth, beauty, and goodness as a lifelong activity.
|LANGUAGE||Latin II||Latin III||Latin IV||Latin V|
|LITERATURE||Intro to Literature||British Literature||American Literature||World Literature|
|HISTORY||Ancient History||Medieval History||Modern History||American History
|THEOLOGY||Scripture & The Trinity||Christ & The Church||Moral Theology & Spirituality||Apologetics|
|PHILOSOPHY||Western Culture: The Ancients||Western Culture: Christianity||Philosophy I||Philosophy II|