Online Catholic Homeschooling in Classical Writing, Government, History, Humanities, Literature, Logic, and Rhetoric
Inspired by St. Thomas' devotion to theology and learning, we offer classical curricula and live online classes taught by instructors with master's and doctoral degrees utilizing student-centered instruction.
Aquinas Classical Tutorials is an independent, classical Catholic education provider, serving students since 1992. Aquinas Classical Tutorials preserves the western tradition of vigorous thought, rational philosophy, and compassionate religion.
We teach students how to reason through integrating the Trivium of Grammar, Logic, and Rhetoric. In addition, we offer specialized tutorials for students who wish to concentrate on particular areas of scholarship. While most of our students are engaged in Catholic Homeschooling and we are loyal to the teaching authority of the Catholic church, students of all religious beliefs are welcome.
Our tutorials occur in online classrooms where small groups of students interact with our highly qualified and experienced tutors. Classes are recorded, so students may view or review the class at their convenience. Class size is limited to twelve students to ensure plenty of individual attention. In addition, some of our tutorials are open to auditors for a small fee.
Our Winter 2016 Tutorials are open for enrollment. As always, our self-paced classes remain available to meet your student's needs, and nearly all of our tutorials are available on a independent study basis. A Sample Lesson Plan may be found on the "Gratis" page. Please click on the buttons to the right for more information. Our 2015 - 2016 General Catalog is available upon request. Simply send your request to Registration (at sign) AquinasTutorials.com, and a copy will be forwarded to you.
Please contact us at (916) 913-1129 or at Registration (at sign) AquinasTutorials.com with any questions you might have. We appreciate your considering Aquinas Classical Tutorials for your educational needs.
Photo Credits: Except for the fireworks photograph, obtained via Microsoft Clipart, all photographs on this website were obtained from WikiMedia and were released into the public domain or are used via Creative Commons 2.0 License.
The Ionic capital on each page - Rama. Roccasecca, Birthplace of St. Thomas Aquinas - Bros. Monet's "Red Water Lilies" and "The Artist's House at Argenteuil," Aquinas Tower, and The Tower Clock - unknown photographers. "South Rose Window of the Cathedral of Notre Dame de Paris" - Vassil. A K6 Telephone Box and a King Edward VII Pillar Box at the Amberley Working Museum" - Unisouth. "Book, Rose, and Candle on Teak" - Liam Quin. "Plage de la Courtade" - Baptiste Rossi. All images are in the public domain.