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From the Headmaster
Thank you for your interest in Chesterton Academy! Our school aims to provide an enriching, meaningful education in an authentically Catholic environment.
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Open House – Tuesday, March 10th
Join us for our Open House to learn more about our integrated, classical curriculum and meet our faculty and students. Campus tours begin at 6:30PM followed by a presentation at 7PM.
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Recent News and Events!
Referred to as “The Scottish Play”, Shakespeare’s Macbeth remains one of his most oft-performed dramas and is still one of the best depictions of treachery, murder, the effects of sin, and the eventual madness that descends on the mind of the doomed man.
Join us for a special evening of wine, cheese, and a reflection on art Mr. Timothy Jones, Art Instructor, Chesterton Academy “A Chestertonian Looks at Modern Art” Event hosted by John and Sibyl Niemann Friday, May 1st at 8 PM following First Friday Holy Hour at 6 PM and First Friday Mass …
In conjunction with the 2015 Cultura Vitae Lecture, acclaimed Catholic author Regina Doman will offer a one-day writer’s workshop for adults and students in grades 9-12. The workshop will take place on Saturday, April 18 from 9:00AM to 3:00PM. The cost of the workshop is $45. …
** This event is free and open to the public, but reservations are required. Scroll down to reserve your seats today. ** Evangelizing the Imagination: How Re-Imagining Fiction Can Change the Culture Regina Doman, Catholic Writer and Speaker Saturday, April 18th | Doors open at 6:30 …
From the Headmaster It is with great sadness that I share with our community the news of the passing last week of Dr. Charles Rice. Dr. Rice was a pro-life hero to many of us. He was a giant of American Catholicism across many, many …
What Place is there for Science in a Theology of Glory? – In the heart, the Christian wants to affirm that the world is God’s creation. Contemporary biology’s primary role is not to lend support directly to such a claim. Yet the denial of finality and order in nature, the sometimes arrogant denial that there would be anything else out there other than genes and populations according to the synthetic theory of evolution, are certainly not science’s last words.
Experience something of the ancient trilogies enjoyed by the Greeks when you view the junior play “The Destruction of Agamemnon”. The drama is based on the great works of the Greek playwrights and retells the tragic story of the King of Mycenae, the sacrifice of his daughter for the Trojan War, and the revenge exacted upon him by his wife, Clytemnestra. More Info | Purchase Tickets
Join us for a special evening of wine, cheese, & Advent reflections James Chastek, Humanities Instructor, Chesterton Academy “Faith & the Possibility of History” Event hosted by John and Sibyl Niemann Friday, December 5th at 8 PM following First Friday Mass at 7 PM Church of All Saints – 435 4th St …
Join us for an information session about Chesterton Academy on Tuesday, November 18 in the social hall of the Church of St. Michael.
Join us for the hilarious new comedy, Unaccountable, presented by the Sophomores of Chesterton Academy. This original play was written by Jonah Niemann, Chesterton Academy Class of 2017, with help from Dale Ahlquist. Hurry – tickets are going fast!