Meliora is offering two courses for students aged 12-18 for the 2023-2024 academic year.

We will explore Ancient History through the lens of the major turning points and how ancient societies and discoveries have influenced the modern world. In addition to our whole-class studies and discussions, students will develop, either individually or in a small team, a project per semester which investigates a “turning point” topic of their interest.

World Mythologies is the topic of this year’s language arts course. We will explore the mythology genre by reading novels, watching movies and writing our own short mythological stories.

For more details about the course structure and content, please click on the links embedded above. Each course fulfills one credit. Please reach out to Charlene with any questions you have.

The logistical information is as follows:
C​lasses will be held each Thursday. Miz J (Charlene Doland) will video conference with the students. The class schedule is as follows (all times are presented in Central time):
10:00am-noon      Ancient History
1:00pm-03:00pm World Mythologies
The first class will be September 7, and the last class will be May 9. We will have breaks at Thanksgiving and Christmas, as well as a Spring break at the end of March.

Register your students between the ages of 12 and 18 here.