SalvE!  Welcome to Lone Pine Classical School.

We have been growing since 2003, now offering ONLINE and LOCAL classes.

Online Course Schedule:  Registration is NOW OPEN for 2017-2018!

Latin 100 (Students doing at least 9th grade work; age 12 by August 1, with age 13 strongly preferred):  Monday and Wednesday, 7:30 - 8:45 a.m. Mountain Time (6:30 Pacific, 8:30 Central, 9:30 a.m. Eastern).  If we open a second section, it will be Tuesday and Thursday, 10:30 - 11:45 a.m. (9:30 Pacific, 11:30 Central, 12:30 Eastern).  Please see Course Description page for details.  (Latin 100 Special Section from 2016-2017:  Stay tuned for schedule updates! You will attend the regular Latin 100 class beginning in March.)

Latin 200 (prereq. Latin 100 or instructor permission):  Monday and Wednesday, 8:50 - 10:05 a.m. Mountain Time (7:50 Pacific, 9:50 Central, 10:50 a.m. Eastern).  Please see Course Description page for details.

Latin 300/400 Prose (prereq. Latin 200 or instructor permission):  Tuesday and Thursday, 8:50 - 10:05 a.m. Mountain Time (7:50 Pacific, 9:50 Central, 10:50 a.m. Eastern)  (Latin 300/400 Poetry will be offered in 2018/2019).  

AP Latin (prereq. Latin 400 or instructor permission):  Tuesday and Thursday, 7:20 - 8:45 a.m. Mountain Time (6:20 Pacific, 8:20 Central, 9:20 a.m. Eastern) 

Honors Greek 1 (prereq. Latin 200 with an A- or better AND age 15+ AND instructor permission):  Days/Times TBA.


Math 1:  Archimedes' Sphere (coaching and tutoring for students in grades 4-5 doing at least Singapore 6 level math /  solid prealgebra):  We will explore topics tested in the AMC-8, MOEMS, NOETIC, and other math contests, take the NOETIC as a group, and prepare to participate in MathCounts as 6th graders.  Students should be ahead of age-based grade level in math, but do not have to be particularly interested in math contests before joining; the goal of this club is to introduce students to math contests and give them basic strategies in problem-solving so they can determine if contest math is something they wish to pursue in middle school.  This is not a student's main math course. This is supplemental coaching in addition to the math the student is doing as his/her formal math course for the year.  Email director with questions.  Meets every other week; homework optional.  Day/time TBA.

Math 2:  Archimedes' Parabola (coaching and tutoring for grades 6-8):  We will prepare for and participate in MathCounts, the AMC-8, MOEMS and other math contests for grades 6-8. Students should be committed to preparing seriously for math contests.  This is appropriate for students who have a goal of making their state's MathCounts team (going to Nationals). (Once a student has made their state's team, they are encouraged to return as a peer coach to help more friends qualify for Nationals.)  This is not a student's main math course. This is supplemental coaching in addition to the math the student is doing as his/her formal math course for the year.  Email director with questions.  Meets weekly; homework of at least 100 assigned problems/week.  Day/time TBA.

2017-2018 Local (Fort Collins, CO) Course Schedule:

PG Day Program:  Monday through Thursday, 8:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.; Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 4 p.m.  Currently full, with no openings predicted for next year; we are not accepting names for a waitlist at this point.

SAT / ACT tutoring (extremely limited availability):  Email director to inquire.

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