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A Conversation about Courtesy

A Conversation about Courtesy

Treasure Valley Classical Academy was founded to develop students in both mind and character. The school’s virtues are the guiding principles used to promote and nurture good character: courage, courtesy, honesty, perseverance, self-government, and service. Our staff will be expected to model the virtues—and to encourage our students to live by […]

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A Conversation About Courage

A Conversation About Courage

Courage is the first of six virtues that Treasure Valley Classical Academy will seek to cultivate in our students. Students will be exposed to different kinds of courage throughout the curriculum and will be expected to demonstrate courage in their day-to-day lives. For example, our 6th graders will be expected […]

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What is Real Community?

What is Real Community?

It didn’t take long for our neighbors to drop in. Within twenty-four hours, they all stopped by for hospitality calls. The first family brought freshly baked banana bread, the next some hand-pressed apple cider, and the third a pack of home-made cheddar cheese smoked sausage. By the fourth day, we […]

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Constitution Day

Constitution Day

Please allow me to share some deeply personal thoughts about Constitution Day, which we recently celebrated on Monday, September 17. On May 30, 1990, I took the following solemn oath of office: I, Stephen Lambert, having been appointed a second lieutenant in the United States Air Force, do solemnly  swear that […]

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An Introduction to TVCA

An Introduction to TVCA

Welcome to the first official blog post for Treasure Valley Classical Academy–we have lots of exciting news to share with you! First, it is my pleasure to announce that the Idaho Public Charter School Commission has officially approved Treasure Valley Classical Academy’s charter petition to become a tuition-free K-12 public […]

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