An Age-Old Approach to Catholic Education

The Institute uses the writings of the Thirty-Six Doctors of the Catholic Church to provide the backbone of a robust LIberal Arts curriculum that is designed to introduce the student to the greatest minds in human history.  Ultimately, the Holy Doctors help the student to understand the unity that can be found in faith and reason.  This approach affords students the opportunity to learn how to think and to understand why the Church teaches the way she does so they might lead lives of virtue and character as they influence the world around them in whatever vocation they choose.

What is the Institute?

This is an institute where the Thirty-Six Doctors of the Catholic Church teach the Liberal Arts.  Key figures and texts will be studied beginning in Ancient Greece and finishing in the Modern Day.  Master Tutors lead the students in a Socratic methodology that allows for a dialogical approach to education in order to form critical thinkers in each of the students.  The Institute focuses on  Six critical areas of study in order to develop the minds of each of its students.

How do I apply to the Institute?

Click below to view more information on applying to the Institute of the Holy Doctors.  The application deadline for the 2017-2018 school year is the Feast of Saint Alphonsus Liguori, August 1st, 2017.