The Writtenburg Door is an enrichment program that provides academically excellent courses in an engaging, encouraging community. Because we are an independently run community resource, we are able to continue to provide onsite classes for our community. All scheduled classes will be offered in BOTH onsite and online formats in September.
Until Covid-19 restrictions are lifted, onsite students will observe physical distancing and wear face coverings when distancing is not possible.
All student-contacted items (desks, tables, chairs, equipment, handrails, restroom facilities, etc.) will be disinfected between classes and all students and staff will use hand sanitizer prior to entering each classroom.
Each instructor will determine the platform of their own online classes, depending on the needs of their students.
Families who are using charter funds to pay for PCLC classes must comply with whatever charter guidelines are given for in-person classes. If charter funding for onsite classes is not provided for onsite learning, charter students may take any of our classes online. If charters allow for onsite learning, charter students may attend onsite.
Families who are not using charter funds to pay for classes may choose to have their students take vendor classes either onsite or online.
In 1517, Martin Luther nailed his ideas to a door in Wittenburg, and it changed the course of world history forever. Written words are powerful. The way each of us sees the world is largely based on what we have read and the history we understand. The Writtenburg Door classes are designed to allow students to have a working knowledge of classical subjects so they are equipped to write their own ideas that change the world. (background photo is the actual Wittenburg Door in Germany)