The primary authors of this website are Kenneth J. Rolling and T. Matthew Meyer, Instructors and Curriculum Designers at The Rolling Acres School Online Academy.
T. Matthew Meyer, M.A.
Mr. Meyer is an instructor in Latin, Greek, trivium and quadrivium studies, as well as a moderator for Traditio Nostra. He received a Masters Degree in Classics with an emphasis in Greek and Latin from the University of Nebraska and taught previously in the public school system in Nebraska. He joined R.A.S. in 2014.
Kenneth Rolling, M.A.
Mr. Rolling founded R.A.S. in 2011. He is an instructor in philosophy, trivium and quadrivium studies, as well as a moderator for Traditio Nostra. He received a Masters Degree in Classics with an emphasis on Greek from the University of Nebraska and has completed all but his thesis and dissertation for a Masters in Divinity and PhD in Philosophy from the Catholic University of America. He taught previously in home schooler basements, some colleges, and other online institutions.
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Rolling Acres School’s curriculum reflects the classical and medieval model of the trivium and quadrivium, as well as the traditions, old and new, of great books discussion, and the belief that, to broaden Newman’s statement, “to be deep in history” is necessary to understand Christ and His Church. As such, students are guided through an integrated educational program that includes elements of each approach. Students develop a true understanding of nature, man, and history in which the incarnate Christ is the beginning, the middle and the end. Our modus docendi (“way of teaching”) is really a modus intellegendi (“way of understanding”), focused upon those things which are true, beautiful, and good.