ACS Speaker Series
Visit the ACS Speaker Series webpage to read more information about each speaker and view a recording of the program.
- Thursday, April 29 @ 10:30AM - Marit Weisenberg, YA author, film and television executive, was interviewed by ACS’s very own Mr. Ryan Goodwyn.
The Academy for Classical Studies is a humanities-based interdisciplinary program, carefully designed to meet the needs of all students. Students in ACS seek out truth, beauty, and goodness in the world around them. There are opportunities to engage in the highest level of academic coursework in all disciplines, in preparation for upper division course options in Advanced Placement, UT OnRamps Dual Enrollment, or ACC Dual Credit courses.
highlights of the student experience
pillars of learning
Classical Studies students:
To earn a graduation distinction from the Academy for Classical Studies, students must complete the following requirements:
- participate in at least 80 hours of civic engagement
- complete 3 credits of a fine arts or other approved Classical Studies elective, and
- complete 1 credit of Latin *