Our Upcoming Classes:

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UPDATED on Oct. 17 (re: class times and tuition.) 

 

We are offering two live, online classes for teens, starting the week of October 25th:

 

"Propaganda and the Personal" - This course will explore propaganda, politics, and the personal, with a focus on the 20th Century up to the present moment. We will examine some of the key players, the ideologies, and the techniques that have led us to the current crisis, as well as what our part in it has been and could be. 

We will compassionately interrogate our own biases and assumptions so that we are not doomed to repeat, and we will find ways forward – to begin building a future that we truly want for ourselves and our communities.

There will be assigned reading, as well as viewing of video content, and there will be some short writing assignments as well as a final paper or creative project. There are no tests in this course.

This class is currently scheduled for Tuesdays and Thursdays, at time TBD. This class runs for 8 weeks.
 
We have some flexibility with the scheduling and can work to find a time that works for everyone. 

 

"Our Common-Law Foundations" - This course will utilize the Socratic method to explore the roots of the modern western legal system. We will be using outside sources, and students should expect lots of real-time conversation. There will be some reading to be done outside of class, as well as some thinking. There may also be some short writing assignments, but the core of this class is really the in-class discussions. There will be no tests.

This class is currently scheduled for Mondays and Wednesdays, at time TBD. This class runs for 8 weeks.
 
We have some flexibility with the scheduling and can work to find a time that works for everyone. 


The price for each of these classes is $320 (plus a small materials fee). 

 

If you'd like more information, or to sign up, please contact us!

 

 

 


We're Extending Our Early Bird Offer!

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Earlier, we said that anyone signing up for our classes before midnight tonight would pay our Early Bird rate of $240 per class, plus a small materials fee. And that starting tomorrow, October 1st, that price would go up to $320 (plus the materials fee.)

But we've decided to extend that offer to October 10th.

So if you sign up for a class on or before October 10th, you will pay the Early Bird rate.

For details on our classes, see here.

For more information, or to sign up, just contact us.

 


Propaganda and the Personal

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"Propaganda and the Personal" is one of the first two classes we will be offering,  beginning the week of October 25th. We are still getting the platform set up, but you can sign up now by emailing us.

This course will explore propaganda, politics, and the personal, with a focus on the 20th Century up to the present moment. We will examine some of the key players, the ideologies, and the techniques that have led us to the current crisis, as well as what our part in it has been and could be. 

We will compassionately interrogate our own biases and assumptions so that we are not doomed to repeat, and we will find ways forward – to begin building a future that we truly want for ourselves and our communities.

 

Each class runs for eight weeks, with two live class sessions per week.

For those who sign up before October 1 (UPDATE: Extended to Oct. 10), the cost is $240 plus a small materials fee.

Starting on October 1 (UPDATE: Extended to Oct. 10), the class fee will be $320.

Note that Freogan Fellowship Learning is part of a private membership association, and serves only members of the association. This means that anyone taking our courses must first become a member. Membership is free, and can be cancelled at any time.

Please get in touch if you have any questions!

 

 


What We've Got Planned for this Fall

Education is in crisis.

From political indoctrination to school violence, police presence on campuses, and dystopian restrictions on normal human behavior and interaction, it is becoming increasingly clear to more and more parents that sending their children to school is no longer in their best interests.

This presents us with an unprecedented opportunity – not only to exit a badly broken system, but to reimagine what education is, what it can be, and what we want it to be for our children.

That's what we're doing at Freogan Fellowship Learning, the education arm of Freogan Fellowship Ministry (a private membership association.) 

Starting this October, we will be offering to our members live, online classes for teens in the humanities. Through our curriculum, we aim to restore what has been eroded by decades of ideologically motivated instruction; to give students a deep understanding of what is required for free societies to flourish; and above all, to encourage and strengthen students' capacity for independent thought and critical reasoning.

We will begin with two courses that are directly relevant to some of the greatest challenges of our time:

"Propaganda and the Personal" - This course will explore propaganda, politics, and the personal, with a focus on the 20th Century up to the present moment. We will examine some of the key players, the ideologies, and the techniques that have led us to the current crisis, as well as what our part in it has been and could be. 

We will compassionately interrogate our own biases and assumptions so that we are not doomed to repeat, and we will find ways forward – to begin building a future that we truly want for ourselves and our communities.

"Our Common-Law Foundations" - This course will utilize the Socratic method to explore the roots of the modern western legal system. We will be using outside sources, and students should expect lots of real-time conversation. There will be some reading to be done outside of class, as well as some thinking.

 

Beginning in the spring, we will also offer courses in literature, history, and economics.

Freogan Fellowship Learning also plans to create live in-person learning and social events, and to help connect others around the country and around the world, who want to do the same.

To learn more, or to sign up for either of these classes, please contact us.

 

 


Our Mission

 

Ours is a different kind of education.

Most schools promise to give your children the tools they will need to be successful in life.

At Freogan Fellowship Learning, we ask what "success" means. And we recognize that the answer will be unique to each child.

Our core values include encouraging independent thinking, nurturing passions, and building strong community. They can best be summed up in the two words:

 

Independence and connection.

Superficially, the two values might seem at odds with each other. But we say that each is necessary for the other: 

Without independence of thought and expression, there is no authenticity, and there can be no real connection. And without connection, any independence is empty and meaningless. 

 

What we offer:

Beginning in the fall of 2021, we will be offering to our members a selection of online core courses in the humanities. These will include history, literature, economics and philosophy. These courses will be taught live, and students will be able to interact both with instructors and with each other.

For 2021, we will be offering classes for teens. We hope to expand our offerings to other ages very soon.

We will also work with our members to assist them in building community in the Freogan Fellowship spirit, and creating social events and in-person learning activities wherever they are. 

These will include dances and parties, holiday celebrations, tutorials in real-life skills such as gardening, farming, building, cooking and food preservation, as well as sporting events and academic and creative activities.

 

Who we are:

The Freogan Fellowship Ministry is a private membership association whose mission is to rebuild the deep foundations of society that we feel have been eroded and supplanted in recent generations. 

We work to create education that honors the deeper needs of children and teens; to create care for those with special needs and for the elderly that is respectful of the individuals being served; and to facilitate the provision of healthcare that respect individual choices, and that is not limited to solutions promulgated by any one industry.

Freogan Fellowship Learning is the educational arm of the Freogan Fellowship Ministry.