In all our discussions of grammar, reading, composition, and language at St. Timothy's, sometimes our study of history is buried. And it shouldn't be. In grades five to eight, history occupies three periods a week - more than science, more than logic, and just one class less than Latin. In what follows I will give a short overview of our history curriculum, and then explore one of the reasons that we study it as we do.
From grades one to six the students listen to and read