The Macedonian Curriculum is the strongest course of instruction for life: from birth to old age. Following Aristotle's categories of schooling, the curriculum prepares a pupil for a life of truth and duty to the common interest. 

The best way to raise a child is through apprenticeship. A father and a mother must equip their child with the necessary skills for life. They will neither obstruct him, nor grant him the freedom to do as he pleases. This chiefly depends on setting rules and boundaries to empower the child to grow and protect the voluntary habits that lead to virtuous choices, acts and speech in life. 

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Infancy (0 - 7)

Stories and games

The Iliad

The Odyssey

Boyhood (7 - 14)


Corpus Aristotelicum 

Youth (14 - 21)


Professional competencies

Self protection