WHAT DOES THE ATRIUM COST?
The Atrium requires a $75 application fee. Tution is $750 for the year. To see the books listed below and purchase, Bookshop.org (https://bookshop.org/shop/CiRCE). You are welcome to purchase books from your chosen book store as well.
DO YOU OFFER PAYMENT PLANS?
Participants may pay via a single payment of $750 (our annual payment plan) or in ten monthly installments of $75 from the tenth of July through the tenth of April. Please note: All accounts must remain in good standing to be eligible for the Apprenticeship tuition credit. If joining the class in September, then the tuition can be divided across remaining months.
WHAT IS THE CURRICULUM FOR EACH GROUP?
Andrew Kern's class will walk through all three levels of The Lost Tools of Writing in companion with Virgil's Aeneid, Dorothy Sayers' The Mind of the Maker, and I Corinthians.
This class meets three times per month from September to May. Andrew's teaching will be on the first and third Wednesdays of each month from 7-8:30pm EST, except for Lent when the class will meet from 8-9:30pm and for September webinars which will meet on September 1st and 8th.
The third session will be led by Katerina Kern, a third-year Apprentice; she will connect all three levels of The Lost Tools of Writing. The schedule will be posted in Canvas.
Matt Bianco's participants will read and contemplate Plato's Repulic translated by Joe Sachs as well as have the opportunity to write definition essays and receive feedback. His class will meet on the first and third Tuesdays from 4-5:30 ET (with some shifts for travel needs or holidays, TBD).
Heidi White's class slowly reads David Hicks’ educational treatise Norms and Nobility and has the opportunity to attend live or watch the recording of two webinars a month. This class meets twice a month from September to May, the first and third Tuesdays of the month from 8:00 to 9:30pm ET. Class begins September 7, 2021.
Wes Callihan's Dante class will read and discuss Anthony Esolen's translation of Dante's Divine Comedy. The three individual volumes of Inferno, Purgatory, and Paradise are available in paperback and hardback. The class will meet on the second and fourth Tuesdays of every month, beginning on September 14, from 7:00-8:45pm Eastern time (with a short break in the middle of each class), with of course occasional adjustments for holidays and travel. There will be eighteen sessions total.