Scholars Online Communities

Community Activities

Moodle Forums

Students and parents have access to a general forum in the Moodle where they can start threads on almost any topic, ranging from debates over PCs vs. Macs and games of hangman, to poetry contests, short story publication, event planning, and reviews of movies and books.

Parents should be aware that while these forums are monitored, content is not censored, providing students adhere to the Moodle policy signed on their first login to the Moodle. Some topics may not be suitable for all students. We prefer that students debate even controversial subjects in the relative safety and privacy of our Moodle environment, and in an environment where they can learn to respect differences in perspective and conviction while still seeking common ground to act in charity together.

Facebook Groups

If you are a Facebook member, you can join the Scholars Online Group. Members can follow our postings, comment on posts and add their own news, and even share get-together information and plan reunions.

Just want to keep up with what's going on? Check out our FaceBook page frequenly or follow us!

Twitter

Follow Scholars Online on Twitter! Receive postings of interest to the Classical Education Community, along with news about Scholars Online faculty, students, events, and deadlines.

Get Together

Let us know if your region is hosting a get-together that Scholars Online members might be interested in attending! We'll post the information here and in the Facebook community, and publicize it on our Twitter feed.

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Scholars Online is currently engaged in accreditation evaluation by MSA-CESS for the 2017-2018 academic year. Courses taken from Fall 2009 - Spring 2017 were fully accredited by AdvancED and NWAC. For more information on accreditation, see our Scholars Online Accreditation page.