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What exactly is a Classical Curriculum?

It is simply a guided encounter of the students with the greatest thinkers and writers  produced by Western Civilization and formed by a Christian Culture.

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Classical Education: More Than Just Books

"Is Homeschooling Enough?" 

Sedes Sapientiae School was featured in the Fall 2015 issue of Latin Mass: The Journal of Catholic Culture and Tradition. Read the article>>

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The education offered at Sedes Sapientiae School goes beyond the classroom, books, and homework. Students are formed to build a Catholic Culture in society - and so they attend lectures, field trips, and fun activities to stimulate the intellect and engage the imagination. Take a look at our pictures. Why not schedule a visit and see us first-hand? Here's how>>

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Sedes Sapientiae School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin in the administration of its educational policies, admission policies, financial aid programs, and athletic or any other school-administered programs.

An Independent College Preparatory Middle/High School
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Respectful discussion and the Socratic Method

Our society is grappling with many important issues today.

Clearly, the ability to think critically and engage in  respectful discussions is a skill worth cultivating.

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Upcoming Events

January 8, 2016:

  • Inaugural event of the Sedes Sapientiae School Lecture Series. We plan two to four lectures per year, open to the public. Our first will be presented by School board member Professor Ronald Colombo from Hofstra University's Maruice A Deane School of Law. He will speak on the topic of Religious Liberty in the US. More information will be posted soon.

February 5, 2016:

  • Our first Annual Dinner Party, with the theme of Mardi Gras will take place at the River View Banquet Center in Berkeley Heights, NJ. Details to come soon!

Applications for 2016-17 are now being accepted

Experience the richness and wisdom of a Classical Education faithful to the academic, theological, and spiritual heritage of the Catholic Church. Application form is  here>>