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Notes for Prospective Students
- Classical education is not a fad; it was the bedrock of the
medieval academies, the schools of our founding fathers, and
continues today in hundreds of schools nationwide with excellent
results, very high test scores, and well rounded, exemplary
students of good character.
- Beacon Hill Classical Academy is a member of The Association of
Classical & Christian Schools.
- Students begin learning Latin in 1st grade which leads to
greater understanding of English vocabulary and structure, is the
key to many Romance languages, science, legal and technical
vocabularies, and leads students who far outperform others in SAT
In secondary school, the students learn Greek, the language
of the New Testament, for greater vocabulary benefits.
We endeavor to teach critical thinking, and in addition to the
Trivium (Grammar, Dialectic/Logic, Rhetoric), Bible, History, Math,
Science, Art, Music/Singing, Latin, Great Books, and physical
We desire to create wise, eloquent, and mature
For this reason, we offer a robust music and art
program, comprehensive world history, poetry, and ongoing work in
composition and speech.
All our subjects are taught in light of
Scripture, recognizing the sovereignty and art of God in all of
creation and history.
Our motto is Psalm 36:9 "In light do we see
We recognize the ultimate authority and responsibility of the
parents and welcome parents in the classroom at any time.
Beacon Hill Classical Academy is located in beautiful
Camarillo, CA between Los Angeles and Santa Barbara.
carpools are traveling from Ventura, Simi Valley, Westlake Village,
and Thousand Oaks.
Beacon Hill offers two programs: Full time and hybrid.
full-time students attend Beacon Hill five days per week while the
hybrid students study at home two days per week.
They are taught by
their parents using teacher-created lesson plans and join their
full-time peers in the classroom the other three days per week.
hybrid program is by far our most popular program.
For this reason,
the full-time students experience a much smaller student to teacher
ratio (about 10:1) and thus more personalized and intensive work
those two days.