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  • Kepler End-of-Year Festival

    April 1st, 2024

    Kepler End-of-Year Festival, May 24-26th, 2024 in Moscow Idaho. Feasting, Music, Dancing, Awards, Games, much more... Details inside

    Tagged with: Festival, End-of-year, Event
  • 2024 Leonberg Speech Contest!

    April 1st, 2024

    The Leonberg Speech contest is open to any student who is currently enrolled in a class at Kepler Education. Students register by contacting Dr. Karla Memmott before April 4, 2024 and submit an original written persuasive speech responding to the prompt by April 11, 2024 to Dr. Memmott. More details inside.

    Tagged with: speech contest, speech, Leonberg, Prize, Rhetoric, Kepler, Student, Contest
  • How Are Kepler Teachers Hired?

    February 15th, 2023

    Welcome to our FAQ series. In this video, we answer questions regarding how teachers become a part of Kepler, and what we do to ensure that our teachers are contributing toward the good of the students and families of the Kepler community.

    FAQ: How Are Teachers Hired?

    Tagged with: education, classical education, teacher, teachers, quality control, quality assurance
  • Kepler Education Names New CEO

    January 2nd, 2023

    Press Release for Roman Roads Press and Kepler Education: Scott Postma named CEO for Kepler Education.

  • What is a Classical Christian Education?

    June 1st, 2022

    Classical Christian Education is a time-honored approach to education which was taken up by free human beings and which also cultivated free human beings for the past three millennia in Western civilization until the secular revolution in the 19th century where it was replaced by slavish job-training.

    Tagged with: classical christian education, classical education, education
  • A Change in the Academic Calendar for 2022-2023

    February 17th, 2022

    A calendar is a way of marking time by reference to important events in our lives. What many may not immediately recognize, however, is the way in which a calendar is liturgical.

  • Early Enrollment Now Open for 2022-2023

    January 10th, 2022

    Early Enrollment for 2022-2023 is now open at Kepler.

  • Second Annual Summer Speech Competition

    June 10th, 2021

    Kepler Education continues to honor the rhetorical tradition with our Second Annual Summer Speech Competition for high school students and an opportunity to win the Leonberg Prize for Excellence in Rhetoric.

    Tagged with: Speech, Summer, Classical Christian Education, Rhetoric, Online Learning
  • A Liberal Arts Education - Part 2

    April 22nd, 2021

    The path to a free and happy life begins with a liberal arts education.

    This is the second post in a series where Scott Postma explains the meaning of a classical liberal arts education, its importance, and its benefits, namely that it has the potential to cultivate a wise and virtuous people whose resultant happiness produces a free and flourishing society.

    Tagged with: Liberal Arts, Classical Christian Education, Life of the Mind, Education
  • A Liberal Arts Education - Part 1

    March 19th, 2021

    The path to a free and happy life begins with a liberal arts education.

    In this post, Scott Postma explains the meaning of a classical liberal arts education, its importance, and its benefits, namely that it has the potential to cultivate a wise and virtuous people whose resultant happiness produces a free and flourishing society.

    Tagged with: education, Liberal Arts, Online Education
  • No Education At All

    March 7th, 2021

    Modern education claims to be secular. That is, it claims to be neutral, only providing students with the knowledge they need for living in the world but without any religious or philosophical bias. Modern educators claim this is because the religious and philosophical aspects of the student’s life should remain private and not interfere with or influence his public education. This is not only untrue, but absurd. At best, it is impossible. At worst, it is dishonest.

    Tagged with: education, philosophy, C. S. Lewis
  • Consortium Podcast Episode #2 - Leisure and Knowledge in Education

    January 14th, 2021

    In this episode, we discuss the way in which education, properly understood, requires leisure (Skolé) so students can apprehend, learn to appreciate, and finally, approximate their lives to that which is good, true, and beautiful in the world.

  • Classical Christian Education: A Light for the Coming Dark Age

    January 13th, 2021

    There is a light for this dark age. The light of the gospel, which cannot be extinguished. And the best vehicle for advancing this light is education, specifically classical Christian education.

  • Consortium Podcast Episode #1 - Classical Christian Education: A Light Against the Coming Dark Age

    January 11th, 2021

    We are witnessing the post-modern project collapse in on itself and left unchecked it will bring a new dark age in its wake. In this inaugural episode of the Consortium Podcast, Kepler Education president, Scott Postma, and Kepler student advisor, Joffre Swait, discuss the current effort to erase the past on which the pillars of Western civilization have been built by censoring literature and scapegoating those who challenge their power. They argue the light of the gospel, which is the only hope for this coming dark age, is best dispensed through classical Christian education.

    Tagged with: dark age, education, culture, gospel
  • Announcing Kepler Life: a Community for Students, Families, and Teachers

    July 29th, 2020

    Kepler Life is student life. We build up the Kepler Community, sharpen key life skills, and of course, provide an outlet for fun. Any students enrolled in Kepler classes are able to connect with each other through service, clubs, and professional development activities.

    Tagged with: students, family, life, kepler, community, diploma track
  • Creating a Homeschool Transcript

    July 27th, 2020

    A transcript is just a one-page summary of your student’s academic record, including information about what your student took, when he took it, his grade for each course, and his GPA, both yearly and cumulative. It should include information about completed work as well as courses your student is currently taking.

    Learn more!

  • Three Reasons Kepler Education is a Great Choice for Online Classes This Fall

    July 23rd, 2020

    Have you noticed that online education shops are starting up everywhere in these uncertain times? We certainly have! In the online education world, it’s all too easy to drift into the wrong crowd. When it comes to your child’s education, you need to know exactly what you’re getting into.

    Kepler offers a network of outstanding educators providing quality in-depth teaching, a very broad range of courses with a solid historical Christian approach, and a flexible diploma track option to fit your needs and budget. Your student will engage with the very best teachers over the very best material. We offer a college-style approach to 7th-12th grades as families choose the courses and teachers that fit them best.

  • Kepler's First Annual Summer Speech Competition

    June 11th, 2020

    At Kepler Education, we are honoring the rhetorical tradition by announcing our First Annual Summer Speech Competition for high school students and an opportunity to win the Leonberg Prize for Excellence in Rhetoric.

  • Some Classes Are Now Accepting Auditors

    March 23rd, 2020

    Some Kepler classes are now accepting auditors. Search the courses to see which ones do.

    Tagged with: auditors, Classical education, Adult Education, Lifelong Learners
  • How to Enroll in Online Classes at Kepler

    March 23rd, 2020

    How to Enroll in Online Classes at Kepler

  • Pre-register for $1 Courses at Kepler

    March 22nd, 2020

    Our consortium of scholarly educators have decided to donate their time this spring by offering live online classes for just $1.

    Tagged with: covid-19, Spring 2020, Online Courses, Classical Christian Education
  • $1 Classes Due to COVID-19 School Closures

    March 19th, 2020

    Many teachers from Kepler's consortium of scholarly educators have decided to donate their time during the Coronavirus pandemic by offering live online classes for just $1.

    Tagged with: coronavirus, Free Classes, Spring 2020
  • Teaching Online: a Four-part Webinar Series

    March 18th, 2020

    Kepler's four-part Teaching Online webinars will cover the practical tools available for effectively teaching online with classical pedagogy in mind.

    Tagged with: teacher training, Online Teaching, Online Classroom
  • Launch 50-50 Giveaway

    February 24th, 2020

    Registration is OPEN!

    We're so excited about it that we're giving away a $50 Amazon gift card and a Kepler T-shirt to every one of the first 50 families that register for classes and share about it!

    50-50 Giveaway Details:

    1. Register for at least one 2020-21 Kepler class.
    2. Share a link to that class on Facebook and tag our page (Kepler Education) so we see your post. (Make sure your post is "Sharing to: Public")
    3. We will contact you to get your T-shirt size and the info so we can send you your gift-card if you're among the first 50 families to register.
  • The Diploma Track

    February 9th, 2020

    The way Kepler supports teachers whose courses satisfy credits on our diploma track is unique and will provide a remarkable benefit to parents and students.

  • The Benefit of Quality Educators Over a Successful School

    December 3rd, 2019

    At Kepler, we are not only advocates of flipping the classroom, but we are also advocates of flipping the entire school. To say it another way, our goal is to not only maximize the use of classroom time, but to also eliminate the impediments of “the school” so teachers can focus on educating students. And of all the characteristics that make Kepler a unique option for parents and students, this characteristic is key.

  • Kepler Provides an Abundance of Flexibility

    November 5th, 2019

    Kepler provides students with abundant flexibility by offering a plethora of high-quality teachers who will teach exceptional courses at a variety of times within a range costs, and with a number of Christian traditions to choose from.

    Tagged with: flexibility, student benefits, student choices, classical Christian education
  • The Benefits of Online Education

    October 28th, 2019

    Modern technology has given us opportunities to educate the next generation in ways that could have been only imagined 60 years ago.

    Tagged with: online education, AI, classical christian education, liberal arts education
  • Kepler Offer Students a Liberal Arts Education

    October 20th, 2019

    Kepler is unique because it offers students a liberal arts (or classical) education. That is, our teachers do the Christ-centered work of preparing students for life by guiding them through the great primary texts of the Western tradition in an effort to help them appreciate, apprehend—and approximate their lives with—that which is true, good, and beautiful in the cosmos.

    Tagged with: liberal arts education, classical christian education, liberal arts, classical education, education
  • Who Should Apply to Teach at Kepler?

    October 14th, 2019

    What will it look like to be a teacher at Kepler? Though it is quite plausible there are more variations in kind than will be considered here, this post examines three kinds of teachers who will teach at Kepler.

    Tagged with: teacher application, teacher, teach, online learning
  • What Makes Kepler Unique for Teachers?

    October 10th, 2019

    Since a different career path is not an option for those who are called to teach, Kepler’s mission is to serve those committed teachers by meeting specific challenges facing online classical educators.

    Tagged with: classical education, teachers
  • Kepler's Core Values

    October 8th, 2019

    Taking the time to think through and state what a company believes and how those beliefs will affect their decisions and actions can be a powerful exercise toward cultivating the company’s moral imagination, increasing its effectiveness, achieving its mission, and fulfilling its vision.

    Tagged with: core values
  • Kepler's Launch Timeline

    October 4th, 2019

    Kepler is rolling out a robust platform for independent teachers to them serve their students better. Here is our launch timeline.

    Tagged with: infographic, timeline, tools, marketing
  • Introducing Kepler

    October 1st, 2019

    Our vision is to advance quality online classical education. Our mission is to leverage the unique technology of our age to help educators and students do their best work in their respective roles.

    Tagged with: Launch, Vision, Mission, Name