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Traditional Classroom


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Traditional Classroom


For those who prefer to attend our courses in person, we are currently offering the "Traditional Classroom" model to those living within a reasonable distance from Vancouver, Washington.  These class sessions will be held at the beautiful Proto-Cathedral of St. James the Greater, and will include a variety of liturgical and spiritual aspects to our study program.   

Proto-Cathedral of St. James the Greater, Vancouver, WA

In the future, we are planning to offer the "Traditional Classroom" model in a variety of locations both nationally and internationally.  Be sure to check back with us for any updates.  We encourage you to follow us on Facebook and Twitter for these and any other updates.  See the social media icons on the bottom of our website for these links.

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Virtual Classroom


Virtual Classroom


** NEW PROGRAM **

ATTEND OUR COURSES FROM THE CONVENIENCE OF YOUR HOME!

Due to high demand, we are very pleased to bring to our students another mode of delivering our high-quality courses.  By using a video-conferencing platform, we are now able to offer our courses to those who cannot physically attend our "Traditional Classroom" model courses. 

One of the essential elements behind the mission and vision of the Thomisticum, is that quantity will never be a substitute for quality.  As such, just as we commit ourselves to a small class size in our "Traditional Classroom" model (about 15 students per class), so too do we remain committed in our "Virtual Classroom" model. 

What this "Virtual Classroom" model IS NOT:

  • It is NOT a typical distance education course.
  • There are NO discussion-board assignments.

What this "Virtual Classroom" model IS:

  • It is the SAME course as the "Traditional Classroom" model.
  • Presented and taught in the SAME way as the "Traditional Classroom" model.
  • It has the SAME level of participation expected of all students of the "Traditional Classroom" model, but merely delivered in a live, video-conferencing format.