Classical Christian schools use the children’s God-given strengths at each stage of growth to help them learn.
The first years of schooling are the years in which the building blocks for all other learning are laid, just as grammar is the foundation for language.
The second phase is when the child begins to pay attention to cause and effect, to the relationships between different fields of knowledge relate, to the way facts fit together into a logical framework.
The final phase builds on the first two. The high school student learns to write and speak with force and originality, applying the rules of logic to express conclusions concisely.