Community Programs

St. John’s College invites the Santa Fe community to awaken their intellect by engaging in mindful exploration. Modeled after the college’s distinctive undergraduate curriculum, the discussion-based classes provide a joyful path to enrichment.

Summer Classics

Summer seminars and in-depth programs are open to the public and provide lifelong learners opportunities to study the great books with St. John’s College tutors. Online and in-person seminars are available to read and discuss great books.

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Tecolote Group

Local teachers and school administrators can join the Tecolote Group, a colloquium series in Santa Fe for thoughtful discussion of important texts, and a forum to learn from and inspire one another.

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Winter Classics

This winter, read and discuss great books—online—no travel required. From the Ancient to the Modern, the Theatric to the Philosophic—the choices of seminars are as varied as the human intellect. Two weeklong programs each January during the college semester break.

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The Teachers Institute

Our Teachers Institute provides opportunities for educators to read great books, experience the collaborative discussion-based learning at St. John’s, and exchange ideas with a network of educators who value the life of the mind as much as you.

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A Year of Classics

Explore a single theme through a variety of readings. Sessions available online and in the Annapolis area.

Discover a Year of Classics