Dr. Bruce McMenomy will present "Vergilius Tragicus" (viewing the Aeneid as being a deliberate reflection of Greek tragic structure and themes) during the American Classical League's annual Institution meeting, which occurs this year from June 26-28 at the University of Texas, Austin, TX.
Congratulations to SO students Juliana Pimentel, winner of her first silver medal, and to Olivia Liu, winner of her fourth gold medal, in this year's National Latin Exam!
Congratulations to the Scholars Online Class of 2012 — now graduating from college — especially Lucie Buisson and Joseph Malone at the University of Dallas, Phi Beta Kappa! Alumni, share your stories here or in the SO Facebook group!
Congratulations to Madame Lavissière's French students Petra and Anne Stauffer, Moriah Wittenberg, and Alana Ross, who among them won a silver medal, bronze medal, and two honorable mentions in the 2016 Le Grand Concours, the National French Contest sponsored by the American Associations of Teachers of French.
Scholars Online welcomes new instructor David Townsend, who will teach pre-Algebra and Algebra for the 2016-2017 academic year, joining Art Mabbott (Geometry, Advanced Algebra, Pre Calculus) and Fred Williams (Calculus), to provide a six-year integrated math program for our students.
Math teacher Art Mabbott just completed a presentation the T^3 International Conference in Orlando, FL (February 26-28) on methods of integrating calculator applications such as the Texas Instruments TI-Nspire App for iPad into geometry, trigonometry, and pre-calculus instruction.
Dr. Bruce McMenomy has made concordances for the Aeneid and the epics of Homer available not only to Scholars Online but also to the general public — just scroll down the "Resources" option. These new resources join his website on Shakespeare movies, which lists hundreds of film versions of Shakespeare's plays with short reviews of each.