• Digital Hostess Kit! – Memory 2021


    LIVE October 9, 2021. Replays included.

    The DIGITAL hostess kit includes everything you need to have a fun, successful local gathering for the 2021 Retreat:

    • Access to the live event & the recordings afterward
    • Invitation templates
    • Printable pdfs for session notes
    • Coupon codes for everyone who participates
    • Access to the Local Leaders group inside Sistership

    Build local community.

  • Homeschool Essentials: Memory | 2021 Scholé Sisters Retreat


    LIVE October 9, 2021. Replays included.

    Ideal for new and experienced homeschooling moms from all backgrounds, the Homeschool Essentials: Memory 2021 Retreat will help you:

    • Value memory work as essential to education.
    • Approach memory with understanding, not stress.
    • See how learning and memory and love are all connected.
    • Practice memory techniques you can use in your homeschool.
    • Add intentional, meaningful memory methods at home.

    This is the teacher’s development day you need.

    Interested in inviting friends and hosting a local retreat? Click here to get the Hostess Kit instead.

  • How to Ask Good Questions


    Taught by Steven Rummelsburg, a 45-minute presentation plus a 45-minute Q&A session replay.

    LIVE July 17, 9:30am-11:15am Pacific

    Access to this workshop is included in our Sistership Sophie plan, as well.

  • Intellectual Hospitality – taught by Rosaria Butterfield


    What’s the difference between the good kind of open mind and the bad kind? Moms need to know. Rosaria will give us the scoop and the know-how to handle disagreement with love and logic.

    LIVE May 24, 3-5pm Pacific.

    Access included for Sistership Sophies.

  • How to Choose Good Books Workshop


    Taught by Steven Rummelsburg, a 45-minute presentation plus a 45-minute Q&A session replay.

    Access to this workshop is included in our Sistership Sophie plan, as well.

  • Commonplace Workshop


    Commonplacing does not need to be fussy or fancy or flawless. It is a historic practice, done in a variety of ways, to help readers think more deeply and clearly and not just let the words pass over them. It is a time-tested and time-honored way to weave learning into real life.

    In this workshop, we’ll walk you through our own various commonplace methods over the years, talk about how we’ve changed and adapted, and our top recommendations for getting started.

  • Loving Well 2020 (with Karen Glass)


    Held live on October 10, 2020!


    Ideal for new and experienced homeschooling moms from all backgrounds, the Loving Well Retreat will help you:

    • Discover the many facets of true love that you need as a mother.
    • Learn how to read with an open heart. 
    • See how learning and love are connected.
    • Live out a life full of love alongside your children.
    • Develop a thinking love for your children.

    This is the teacher’s development day you need.

  • The Liberty of Logic: Discover freedom & confidence through principles of sound thinking


    an 8-week, 24-session intensive with Steven Rummelsburg on how to think, converse, and teach with logic and love


    Build on a foundation of truth with clear, sound principles. Learn logic as a liberal art that will set your mind and conversation and teaching free.


    July 13-September 4, 2020


    Lifetime access included.

  • Become a Sistership Supporter


    Get more of the conversations and community you’ve been seeking – with likeminded, deep-thinking homeschooling moms. Better than Facebook or Patreon, the Sistership is an online community (with an app!) that lets you chat, connect, listen to exclusive extra audio, find replays of past events, and even schedule local events of your own. Book clubs, both online and in person, are supported within the community and we can easily share not only our own #scholeeveryday but also have meaningful conversations about the latest episode or our current book selection.

  • Become a Sistership Sophie


    Grow in wisdom & truth in your own lifelong liberal arts pursuit. Apply principles not only to education, but to life.

    As a Sistership Sophie you’ll find camaraderie and conversation about topics that matter, plus so much more. You’ll also receive the educational support you need to remain an engaged lifelong learner yourself. Exclusive lectures, conversations, book clubs, and mentorships will feed your mind and soul and prepare you to be a better lead learner in your home.
  • Gift Subscription to Sistership Sophies


    Give a sister the gift of Sophie-level learning. Each quantity that you add is a month’s subscription. It will not renew or autocharge after this purchase. Adding 12 months will automatically discount to the annual price.

  • Prerequisites to Real Conversation – taught by Steven Rummelsburg


    Spring Training Seminar Series 2020

    Great conversations about the Great Conversation: How to develop an understanding of a Socratic Seminar as it ought to be.

    • Session 1 –  Science, Souls, & Synthesis: Recovering Reality (May 11, 2020, 5pm Pacific)
      Without a grasp of what is real, conversation is doomed.
    • Session 2 – Art, Arete, & Action: Loving Language (May 18, 2020, 5pm Pacific)
      Literacy is an art, essential to fruitful conversations concerning the classics.
    • Session 3 – Nature, Knowledge, & Nothings: Prioritizing Principles (May 25, 2020, 5pm Pacific)
      When utility and practicality displace truth and virtue, we get none of them.

    Access is included in the Sophie level of Sistership.

  • Classical Education 101 – taught by Eric Hall


    Spring Training Seminar Series 2019

    This series of three lectures will help mother-educators better understand the project they have undertaken, allowing them to fulfill their responsibilities with understanding and wisdom.

    • Session 1 –  What is education? What does it mean to be educated? Why is it necessary for human beings, not just for the modern world but for all time and in all cultures?
    • Session 2 – What is classical education? Building upon the first session, we will investigate how classical models are the best answer to the problems of human sin and ignorance, and how modern educational theories systematically ignore these realities.
    • Session 3 – What is Christian education? Finally, we will examine some basic questions regarding the relationship between faith and educational philosophy. Expanding on our discussion from sessions 1 and 2, we will look at how classical education and Christian education might be harmonious but not identical.

    Access is included in the Sophie level of Sistership.