Calder Classics is an educational boutique that offers customized learning experiences. We are founded on the premise that modern life is enhanced through an interaction with the achievements and legacy of the ancients.
- Our Summer 2018 high school programs include upper level Reading Latin courses in Florence and Rome and Introduction to Ancient Greek and Reading Ancient Greek in Thessaloniki, Greece for students who want to improve their classical language skills via an interdisciplinary experience abroad. Through an interaction with local culture, art and architecture, all our students deepen their understanding of ancient literature, and develop a lifelong appreciation of the Classics. Click here to reserve your 2018 program
- Our Classics in Brooklyn Programs include the Speaker Series, which promotes a lively exchange of ideas in a salon or dinner party setting. Inspired by topics related to the Classics, speakers kick off these gatherings with a talk about their academic specialty, and then guide guests in scintillating discourse. These events are enriched by good food prepared by chefs who specialize in the culinary arts with a “Classic” touch. The Speaker Series is offered in support of raising scholarships for Prep-for-Prep students to attend Calder Classics programs. We also offer Group/Private Latin Lessons in Brooklyn.
- Led by founder Cindy Calder, our Scholars are all well established in their fields with unusually creative, intellectual and academic backgrounds. Cindy developed this educational boutique in 2012 with the belief that studying the Classics, when complemented with a first-hand experience of art, history and culture, enriches younger students’ academic experience and encourages adults to re-engage in the joys of learning. She earned her B.A. from Dartmouth and her M.A. in Classics from Columbia University and now teaches at Trinity School in New York City. She lives with her husband in Brooklyn and is the mother of four boys.
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