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Aristoi Classical Academy provides rigorous academics in an environment which nurtures strong and virtuous character, emphasizes responsible citizenship, and develops a love of learning.  

Charter schools offer a free, quality, non-traditional, public education option.  Our charter allows us to offer a Classical education, where students are not merely taught “subjects;” rather, they are invited to pursue a broad range of intellectual interests and are taught the art of thinking and discernment. Aristoi offers the timeless Classical educational model in a modern context to equip young minds for our future.  Rich history and timeless classical literature are taught in all grades, and Latin is taught from grades 4-8. The curriculum is rigorous but rewarding.

Classical education is based on a centuries-old approach known as the Trivium, consisting of 3 stages: 

1. Grammar Stage (Grades K-4) - students absorb facts which lay the foundation for advanced study

2. Logic Stage (Grades 5-8) - encourages students to think deeply, reason carefully, and argue logically to understand and explain cause and effect

3. Rhetoric Stage (Grades 9-12) allows students to apply the rules of logic to their factual foundation in order to articulate eloquently their own conclusions, both verbally and in writing. 

ACA students are encouraged to “discover for themselves” throughout all stages of Classical education and student discipline is based on Love and Logic.

These are just some of the extracurricular activities ACA offers: National Elementary Honor Society, National Junior Honor Society, Lego Robotics, Chess Club, Chorus, JH Theatre, Private Schools Interscholastic Association academic competition, JH Girls Volleyball, Flag Football, and JH Girls and Boys Basketball.  This year, in its second year, our Flag Football team finished 2nd in the East Texas Charter School Academic Athletic League.

A local Katy magazine featured Aristoi in their December 2013/January 2014 issue.  You may read this article at http://katychristianmagazine.com/2013/12/aristoi-classical-academy/If you would like more information about Aristoi Classical Academy visit our website at www.aristoiclassical.org or call 281-391-5003.