Presented by Memoria Press and the Classical Latin School Association, this year’s Sodalitas and Teacher Training Conference will be LIVE and ONLINE. While we are sad that we will not be able to share this conference with you in person as in years past, we are excited to have this opportunity to support, encourage, and equip you as you implement the Memoria Press curriculum in homes and classrooms around the world. This year’s conference will feature LIVE video workshops and LIVE plenary sessions.
Features of the conference will include:
Plenary Sessions
  • Live classroom training in every subject for every grade
  • Consultation with classroom teachers and experienced homeschool parents
  • A track for educators of students with special needs
  • Dedicated shopping time in our virtual booth
  • and More!

Customary to our traditional summer training conferences, there will be specific tracks for homeschooling families, school administrators, teachers, and new this year a track on K-12 common themes — “Justice and Mercy.”

July 8-10, 2020

$25 per person

*Any CLSA member school is eligible for a discount. Contact your representative today.


Shop at the Conference

While the conference will be online this year, Memoria Press will have dedicated curriculum advisors available during the conference to show you products, answer questions, and provide consultations about the Memoria Press curriculum. You will also be able to place orders during the conference and take advantage of free shipping! We hope you will take advantage of this live consultation opportunity with our MP representatives.

Stay informed about the 2020 Sodalitas & Teacher Training Online Conference

Registration is required in order to attend the conference! Plan which sessions you want to attend, read a full synopsis of each talk, and register today.

The Classical Latin School Association

The Classical Latin School Association (CLSA) is an association of elementary and secondary schools working to promote the transmission of the culture of the Christian West through the Classical Core Curriculum. The Classical Core Curriculum was developed at Highlands Latin School in Louisville, Kentucky. After teaching the mastery of basic skills and classical children’s literature in the primary grades, its dual focus is on the intellectual skills of the liberal arts and the cultural content of the great books from 3rd through 12th grade. Find out more!