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Welcome to the only classical school in the Mid-Ohio Valley.  At Veritas, your child will learn from some of the greatest minds in Western history: Socrates, Euclid, Aquinas, Shakespeare, Mozart, Newton, Twain, Michelangelo, and others. We desire to develop the academic potential and personal character of every student through an academically rich educational experience.

"Learning is the only thing the mind never exhausts, never fears, and never regrets."

Leonardo da Vinci

Our Mission

Our Mission

By God’s endowment of intellect and will for Love and Faith in Him, we serve families in the growth of wisdom and the formation of virtue through a classical Liberal Arts education.

The Death of Socrates
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Our Vision

Veritas Classical Academy educates children in the truest and fullest sense by giving them the necessary tools of learning and by fostering wonder and love for all that is genuinely true, good, and beautiful. We emphasize classical learning because we want our students to read well, speak well and think well and ultimately, because truth and beauty are good in themselves and desirable for their own sake. We seek to incorporate our students into the wisdom of two thousand years of Western thought, history, culture, and arts so that they might understand themselves and their world and acquire the character to live happy and integrated lives in the service of God and others. Education in this deep and comprehensive sense extends beyond the classroom and is more than just preparation for college and career. It encompasses the whole of one’s life. For this reason, Veritas Classical Academy seeks to involve families ever more deeply in the life of the school and in the education of their children.

True education has always rested on two presuppositions. The first is that truth is desirable for its own sake. It is good not for what it does, but for what it is. The second is that knowledge consists not in bending the truth to ourselves, but in conforming ourselves to truth. We can only conform ourselves to truth by freely embracing and loving it, and we can only love truth if we are enticed by its beauty. Love of beauty has therefore always been integral to the discovery of truth and true education has always sought to form the heart and mind, reason and will, desire and knowledge. In short, education forms the whole person in light of truth, beauty, and goodness.

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