K-12 Humanities Curriculum
Humanities are the academic disciplines that investigate the nature of human beings through the study of cultures throughout history. Typically, a humanities program provides in-depth lessons in languages, history, art, and literature.
At the University of Dallas, we are dedicated to the pursuit of wisdom, of truth, and of virtue as the proper and primary ends of education. We believe that all human beings, regardless of age, desire that which is true, good, and beautiful. We believe this formally begins at the K-12 level. What better way to immerse young people in the love of wisdom than through a humanities-based curriculum!
Our LogoCentricTM curriculum furnishes the poetic imagination through thoughtful encounters with classic works of art, literature, and music, as well as integrative experiences with natural laws described by mathematics and science.
We present these lessons through a pedagogy that intentionally develops habits of mind. Students learn to give careful attention to lessons that are delightfully presented. Our unique LogoCentricTM curriculum aims to restore the pedagogy of the classical tradition. It features engaging lessons that allow students to experience a full and rich curriculum. Through such pedagogy, our program cultivates the habits of both virtue and wisdom.
Unique Curriculum Features
The following are examples of elements that are integrated into the classical instructional framework of our program.
Each Grade Purchase Package will include:
Currently we are piloting our K-8 Humanities curriculum and our Level I (for K-4th grade) Living Latin Curriculum. If you would like to subscribe to receive updates about future availability of our curriculum and professional development for your teachers, please fill out the form below.