A New Crest, a Renewed Vision, and a Steadfast Mission

Posted by Ty Fischer on Jun 3, 2021 11:54:55 AM
  • Now into our 25th year, Veritas Academy is unveiling a new look to our school crest.
  • Our crest uses meaningful symbolism to ... Read More

The Words of Power: How We Train Kids to Use Words Wisely & Well

Posted by Ty Fischer on Apr 15, 2021 6:48:10 PM

This article originally appeared in The Classical Difference magazine (a publication of the Association of Classical Christian Schools) Spring 2021 issue. Read ... Read More

Which Preschool Program Is Right For My Child?

Posted by Meghan Lake on Mar 11, 2021 10:10:00 AM

Did you know that Veritas has a preschool ... Read More

What's the Point of Learning Latin?

Posted by Kylee Bowman on Feb 18, 2021 4:15:33 PM

Bona fide. Verbatim. Status quo. Carpe diem. Bonus. Extra. Versus. Vice versa. Et cetera.

You probably recognize most of these words and ... Read More

Lessons We Learned From 2020

Posted by Ty Fischer on Jan 21, 2021 2:30:00 PM

Good lessons result from hard circumstances.

I sparred with a friend a few times in high school. He was a talented boxer. He had a way of teaching me. As ... Read More

Keeping Christ in Class at Veritas

Posted by Ty Fischer on Dec 17, 2020 5:56:24 PM

X is a strange letter. It marks the spot. We solve for it. It can serve as an unknown. 

I remember, as a young child, the first time I saw ... Read More

A Tale of Two Schools: Why History Makes All the Difference

Posted by Kylee Bowman on Nov 22, 2020 5:16:48 PM

This is the second installment of our two-part blog uncovering why it's so crucial for kids to receive a robust history education, and what that type of ... Read More

Why History? Educating For The Future By Examining the Past (Part 1)

Posted by Kylee Bowman on Nov 19, 2020 7:28:12 PM

Cancelled.

It’s a word that has seemed to permeate our lives this year. For many families, even Thanksgiving (or, at least, the traditional way we’ve ... Read More

Helping Students Select a College That's Right For Them: A Christian Perspective From a College Counselor

Posted by Rachel Kiehl on Nov 5, 2020 6:48:21 PM

The phrase “college admissions” commonly instigates a feeling of paralysis among both students and parents.

Some students’ reaction is based upon the fear ... Read More

Good Debate and Public Discourse: Teaching Kids to Argue Well

Posted by Graham Dennis, Dean of Students on Oct 22, 2020 9:29:24 AM

Here on the day of the final 2020 presidential debate, we look back on what it was that made the first debate so disastrous, and how this school is training a ... Read More