Apocatastasis: An Institute for the Humanities

Introduction:

Apocatastasis: An Institute for the Humanities is a place where the pristine ideal of a school has been restored: teacher and students gathered in discussion around serious texts. Shorn of childish props like grades, GPAs, and credentials, the school proudly rights two errors in contemporary education: the tendency to inculcate bourgeois sentiments, and predatory financing. Public or private, religious or secular, in a formal classroom or at the home-school kitchen table, all forms of schooling are guilty of these distortions. Apocatastasis replaces the long-fallen purpose of education: the acquisition of knowledge for its own sake. Our coursework focuses on the history, art, and culture of the West. Giving a thorough foundation in the humanities, we avoid the unnecessarily long and expensive route of modern education.

We offer in-person and online classes throughout the year for students who study in stand-alone classes and as part of our integrated curriculum.

To get a better grasp of our educational work you may consult our social media output which can be found on BitChute, Facebook, and YouTube.

How Does One Enroll?

If you are interested in enrolling full-time at Apocatastasis you may use the email form on this site, or you may write us ApocatastasisInstitute@aol.com.

After that we will have a short video conference. The primary purpose of this is to get a better idea of where a student wants to take their study in our time together.

You will then be invited to sit in on some ongoing courses for a week or two in order to get a feel of things. 

If all of this is satisfactory, we will meet once more to square away scheduling, books, and tuition.

Published by Apocatastasis Institute

Apocatastasis: An Institute for the Humanities is an alternative college and high school located on (sic) New Milford, Connecticut. Interested students may write ApocatastasisInstitute@aol.com for more information.

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