Classical Christian curriculum and resources for the home and classroom
OLD WESTERN CULTURE
The award-winning great books curriculum loved by students and parents.
Students are read through the greatest works of Western civilization from the ancient Greeks to the early modern period.
Grades: 9-12, and adult education
Format: Video Course, Workbooks, Primary Texts, and Exams.
THE DANTE CURRICULUM
A new translation of Dante’s Divine Comedy and curriculum by Joe Carlson.
Grades 9-12, and adult education.
- Divine Comedy texts
- Reader Guides
- Comprehensive videocourse
- Teacher’s Edition with Lecture Notes
PICTA DICTA LATIN
Picta Dicta is revolutionizing the world of Latin education by returning to the classical principles of learning Latin combined with today’s technology. Using sight, sound, and context, students gain an intuitive grasp of Latin beginning in Primer I. Level-based readers that students enjoy are introduced early in the curriculum. The six levels take students from Zero to Vergil culminating in the reading of classical Latin texts.
(Levels 4-6 still under development).
Grades: 3-12 + College
Grammar Courses • Latin Readers • Vocabulary Courses
FITTING WORDS CLASSICAL RHETORIC
Fitting Words instructs students in the art of classical Rhetoric, providing them with tools of communication and persuasion that will equip them for life.
Format: Hardback textbook, Student Workbook, and video course. Answer Key and Exam Pack available.
CALCULUS FOR EVERYONE
Calculus for Everyone teaches Calculus. But it also represents one of the first tangible steps in recent years at reunifying STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) with the liberal arts. The goal is to produce a generation of classically educated students who understand the history of math, and will be better equipped to solve problems like our current crisis in Physics.
Grades: 10-12 + College (Algebra 1 pre-req)
Format: Hardback textbook (integrated exercises) and video course. Exercise Solutions available.
GRAMMAR OF POETRY
The Grammar of Poetry is a video course and textbook that teaches the mechanics of poetry by using the classical approach of imitation, teaching students to analyze not only poetry, but words and language in general.
Format: Student Workbook (integrated exercises) and video course. Teacher’s Edition available.
INTRODUCTORY AND INTERMEDIATE LOGIC
Logic is the art of reasoning well. In this classic logic curriculum, the authors lay the proper foundation for reasoning from the truth of God, then train students in the crucial skills of defining terms, determining the truth of statements, discerning and constructing valid arguments, identifying informal fallacies, and more. By providing students with fundamental standards for rational thought, logic helps them excel in every subject they study.
Format: Student Workbook (integrated exercises) and video course. Teacher’s Edition and Exam Pack available.
DAVE RAYMOND’S HISTORY
Veteran history teacher Dave Raymond gives a comprehensive history of the United States by applying a Christian worldview to the characters, events, theology, literature, art, and religious beliefs of the nation. It is an engaging class for Middle School and High School students.
Format: Video course and Readers. Teacher’s Edition available.
The Odyssey | Wesley Callihan$27.99
Thinking God’s Thoughts: Johannes Kepler and the Miracle of Cosmic Comprehensibility$26.95
Redeeming the Six Arts$26.95
Short Tips for Writing Short Essays$7.99
The Iliad | Wesley Callihan$27.99
The Essential Iliad | Wesley Callihan$17.99
Deeper Heaven: A Reader’s Guide to C. S. Lewis’s Ransom Trilogy$26.95
A Better Admissions Test: Raising the Standard for College Entrance Exams$19.99
Food for Thought$22.00
The Mirror of All Christian Queens$22.00
CLASSROOM ART + SWAG
Digressio Magazine, Newspaper, and Podcast
The digressio family of publications include the yearly Digressio Magazine, the Digressio Podcast, and new this year, the Digressio Express, a quarterly newspaper. The mission of Roman Roads Press is to provide Christian families with tools to “Inherit the Humanities.” May these publications be a delightful help to you and your family as you pursue this goal.