Remote Instructional Day

The two-hour delay scheduled for tomorrow has been changed to a remote instructional day for staff and students due to expected hazardous conditions. There will be no COVID testing.  Please continue to be safe and exercise caution if you must travel.  We look forward to welcoming you back to school next week.

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Remote Instructional Day

Remote Instructional Day

The two-hour delay scheduled for tomorrow has been changed to a remote instructional day for staff and students due to expected hazardous conditions. There will be no COVID testing.  Please continue to be safe and exercise caution if you must travel.  We look forward to welcoming you back to school next week.
Open house dates for spring 2022

Open House Dates

We are happy to invite all interested families to visit our campuses and take a tour to see for yourself how special Thomas Jefferson Classical Academy really is!
Quill writing team

TJCA Writers Win State Championship

TJCA claimed state championship writing awards for the third consecutive year at The Quill, an on-demand high school writing competition hosted by the North Carolina Association for Scholastic Activities.

Grammar

The “Poll Parrot” Stage
Kindergarten through Early Adolescence

“...learning by heart is easy and, on the whole, pleasurable; whereas reasoning is difficult and…little relished”
-Dorothy Sayers
 
 
 
 

Logic

The “Pert” Stage
Early Adolescence
 
 
“characterized by contradicting, answering back, liking to ‘catch people out’ (especially one's elders); and by the propounding of conundrums. Its nuisance-value is extremely high.”
-Dorothy Sayers
 

Rhetoric

"The Poetic Age" Stage
Late Adolescence
 
 
“The imagination...will reawaken, and prompt them to suspect the limitations of logic and reason. The doors of the storehouse of knowledge should now be thrown open for them to browse about as they will.”
-Dorothy Sayers
"The function of education is to teach one to think intensively and to think critically. Intelligence plus character – that is the goal of true education.”
-Martin Luther King, Jr.
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  • 15 Fine Arts Classes
  • 55+ Sports, clubs, and activities
  • 7th Ranked high school in NC

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