Memoria Press’ award-winning Science curriculum is designed to introduce students to the world of nature by studying the things it is made of – birds, insects, trees, mammals, heavenly bodies – and by giving a narrative account of the development of the sciences.
Classical Education teaches science in a way that prioritizes appreciation of nature
Introduce students to the world of nature in elementary years before studying laboratory-style science
Teach students how to observe, define, and classify animals, plants, and heavenly bodies
Give students a narrative account of the development of the sciences in a way they can best understand it
Begin formal instruction in high school with physical science, biology, chemistry, physics, and more
ExplorE the world
WITH BEAUTIFUL, ILLUSTRATED TEXTBOOKS
Our series of J. H. Tiner illustrated science books, accompanied by Memoria Press guides, provide the perfect way for middle and high school students to learn the history of science.
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In studying with Memoria Press, your student will learn about the history of science from a biblical perspective, with introductions to the people and places central to planet earth, the history of medicine, chemistry, mathematics, and physics.
Cheryl Lowe, our founder, was the author of the popular Latin programs, Latina Christiana, Lingua Angelica, and the Forms Series. She and her husband, Jim, were married for forty years and have two sons, both of whom were National Merit Finalists. Cheryl graduated from the University of Louisville with a degree in chemistry and from Western Kentucky University with an M.S. in biology. She always emphasized the importance of science and its place in classical education.