The core of Classical Education is the trivium, which
simply put is a teaching model that seeks to tailor the curriculum
subject matter to a child’s cognitive development. The trivium
emphasizes concrete thinking and memorization of the facts of the
subjects in grade school; analytical thinking and understanding of the
subjects in middle school; and abstract thinking and articulation of
the subjects in high school. Subjects unique to Classical Education
which help accomplish the goals of the trivium are Grammar, the science
of language usage; Logic, the science of right thinking; and Rhetoric,
the science of verbal and written expression. Classical Christian
Education is further characterized by a rich exposure to the history,
art, and culture of Western Civilization, including its languages
(Latin and Greek), its philosophy and literature (the Great Books of
Western Civilization and the Christian tradition), and the development
of a Biblical worldview with Theology in its proper place as the Queen
of the Sciences.
~from Christine Miller's site


Classical Homeschooling
Trivium Pursuit
Well Trained Mind
Laura Berquist
Logos School

Linda (from Adnil Press) wrote a good article on this site:….=100&Itemid=154