The aCADEMY FOR CLASSICAL EDUCATION:
The mission of the Academy for Classical Education is to build the foundation of knowledge and critical thinking skills necessary for children to become independent learners for life.
We believe that
Students in Bibb County WANT and DESERVE a rigorous, structured educational experience
By fully developing the life of the mind, students will become better citizens, better consumers, and more involved in the community and the world in which they live.
If we expect the best and demand it, we will get the BEST results.
At ACE we believe that students must have a solid foundation for learning before they can understand the importance of education and we believe that the classical education curriculum best serves an individual’s long term intellectual goals over the traditional modern, progressive models because classical education:
- values knowledge for its own sake;
- upholds the standards of correctness, logic, beauty, and importance intrinsic to the liberal arts;
- demands moral virtue of its adherents and
- prepares human beings to assume their places as responsible citizens in the world at large.
ACE will be committed to continuous improvement based on six school-wide goals upon which all decisions will be made:
- To protect and insure the integrity of the teaching/learning environment.
Letter to Parents – We mailed a letter home to parents June 4 and sent that same letter by email on June 5. You can view that letter here on our website.
5:00 pm we opened our admission application again to continue building our wait list. Keep in mind that submitting an application does not guarantee enrollment of your child. It will simply add your child to the bottom of our wait list. Please check our Pre-Admission/Enrollment page for more details on our policy.
- We are pleased to announce that the Bibb County Board of Education approved the charter application for The Academy for Classical Education on Thursday, September 19, 2013 ACE plans to open in August, 2014 with grades K-8. A grade will be added each year until we reach a K-12 grade configuration.
Presentation from the September 19th meeting of the Bibb County Board of Education.