"We believe an acquaintance with the civilizations of Greece and Rome will help us understand and appraise the world of today, which is indebted to the ancient civilization in its government and laws, literature, language, and arts."

Upcoming Events

March 18: Carcer (Miramonte in NorCal, and Loyola in SoCal)

April 21-22: State Convention (St. Ignatius)

July 24-29: National Convention (Troy University, Troy, AL)



[Closed] 2016 NJCL Convention Scholarship Application

Update: The 2016 NJCL Convention Scholarship is now closed. Information about the 2017 scholarship will be available this fall.

Salvete, omnes!

The 2016 NJCL Convention in Indiana is coming up quickly, and we at CAJCL want to make sure that everyone who wants to go, can go, regardless of financial issues. We are offering 10 scholarships at $500 each; here is the application and the instructions for sending it in!





[Closed] Scholarship Application Deadline Extended to February 26

Update: The 2016 Wallace and Shickle Scholarship is now closed. Information about the 2017 scholarship will be available this fall.

Salvete! The deadline to apply for the 2016 Wallace and Shickle Scholarship has been extended to February 26th, so it's not too late to be considered for a $2000 scholarship! You can find the application here.

[Closed] Study Latin in France and Italy with Calder Classics!

Update: This event is now over.

Calder Classics is an educational boutique that runs Reading Latin programs for high school students in Rome, Florence, and Avignon, each with a different focus. In each of their three sites they offer an interdisciplinary course that is grounded in the reading of Latin literature and its relationship with the area. The Rome program focuses on readings about ancient history, the Florence program focuses on local artistic representations of the Latin authors, and the Avignon program focuses on Caesar and the study of his Gallic War. In each location the classes alternate between reading Latin and visiting sites, chosen because of their relationship to the literature.

This year we have added a new Learning to Read Latin program in Florence for students interested in developing their basic Latin skills, and preparing for more advanced courses in school or with Calder Classics.

For more info, check out their website here: www.calderclassics.com

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  1. Wallace-Shickle Scholarship Application 2016 Due February 22nd!
  2. Paideia Institute Essay Contest
  3. 2016 State Convention Registration
  4. SCRAM and Ludi Photos Are Up

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