Northstar Classical School is an independent, Classical Christian school located in Middletown, Ohio.  By partnering with parents, we aim to create a school that is a model of excellence in both academics and Christian character.    

 Join us on December 1st for a night of drinks, hors d’oeuvres, and desserts as we invite Martin Cothran, director of the Classical Latin Association, to speak on the importance of Classical Christian Education in the 21st century. The evening is free to you and we hope you will join us for a night of learning and fellowship.  Prospective families, there will also be time to explore curriculum and talk to Northstar Classical School teachers and staff. If you are unable to attend, we would love for you to schedule a personal tour of the school. Call for more details 513-318-8823,

Join us on December 1st for a night of drinks, hors d’oeuvres, and desserts as we invite Martin Cothran, director of the Classical Latin Association, to speak on the importance of Classical Christian Education in the 21st century. The evening is free to you and we hope you will join us for a night of learning and fellowship.

Prospective families, there will also be time to explore curriculum and talk to Northstar Classical School teachers and staff. If you are unable to attend, we would love for you to schedule a personal tour of the school. Call for more details 513-318-8823,

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We are currently enrolling for the 2019-2020 school year for Jr. Kindergarten through 3rd grade.  We plan to add grades each year until we are a Jr. K - 12 school.  Apply today! Let us know how we can accommodate your family!

Apply Online or schedule a tour today by contacting us at 513-318-8823 or info@northstarclassical.com.



 
 
...Education is not primarily a heady project concerned with providing information, rather, education is most fundamentally a matter of formation, a task of shaping and creating a certain kind of people. What makes them a distinctive kind of people is what they love or desire — what they envision as “the good life” or the ideal picture of human flourishing.
— James K.A. Smith