Classical Lutheran Education Online

Faith Lutheran High School is a classical high school in Plano, Texas. Faith will now offer classes live using two-way HD-Video streaming through the Internet.

The student will see the teacher on their home computer or lap-top, see the notes the teacher puts on the e-board, listen to the lecture, participate in live discussions with other students, and the teacher will be able to see the student as well.

Faith will offer the Omnibus 1 and Omnibus 3 classes starting August 22, 2012.The Omnibus class consists of English, Theology, and History (3 credits) and is taught by a professional Lutheran school teacher with many years of classroom experience.

For more information, including cost and other details, call 972-423-7448 or send an email: [email protected]

Faith Lutheran’s school website.


About Pastor Joshua Scheer

Pastor Joshua Scheer is the Senior Pastor of Our Savior Lutheran Church in Cheyenne, Wyoming. He is also the Editor-in-chief of Brothers of John the Steadfast. He oversees all of the work done by Steadfast Lutherans. He is a regular host of Concord Matters on KFUO. Pastor Scheer and his lovely wife Holly (who writes and manages the Katie Luther Sisters) have four children and enjoy living in Wyoming.


Classical Lutheran Education Online — 4 Comments

  1. Please excuse my ignorance, but exactly what is a “classical Lutheran high school”? How is it different from a “normal” high school. Lutheran or otherwise?

  2. Dear Mr. Gosling,

    We may enroll students for Latin next year, but this year we are sticking with our Omnibus class.

    Dear Mr. Hartung,

    A classical Lutheran high school differs from a normal high school in that the latter is defined by what “progressive education,” which seems the primary purpose of education as training for a vocation. A liberal (free) education focuses on character development through the study of the trivium and quadrivium. The trivium can be summed up as “grammar, logic and rhetoric,” grammar being learning the facts through extensive reading and study, logic meaning learning the Socratic method and how to ask the proper questions in investigating a matter, and finally rhetoric entailing expressing the truth in conversation, argument, discussion, research, oratory, etc.

    A student in a classical school then will learn much of what is learned in progressive and government/public schools, but he will focus on the classics of western civilization, from the Bible through Ancient Greece and Rome, and all the way into the modern era.

    The only thing a student who attends our high school might be deficient in when he graduates is feminist propaganda.

    The first schools in the Missouri Synod were classical, as were all the Concordias until the 1960’s began to change that. To the sources! Ad fontes.

    I hope this helps.

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