Ryan Weston

Memoria Press

Columbus, OH

Ryan is the Director of Highlands Latin Cottage Schools in Louisville Kentucky. He works with individuals to establish and grow Cottage School programs in their area. Ryan holds a Bachelors of Science in Business Administration and is currently pursuing a Masters of Divinity at the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. He and his wife, Nikky, homeschool their six children in Louisville.

 Ryan Weston

Workshops from Ryan Weston ( may vary by event location )


Once Upon a Time: How Stories Teach

Latin, Math, Logic, and Science: all subjects which are completely necessary to a well-rounded education. While each of these subjects plays a pivotal role in the formation of a student, each is not without limitations. Stories play an irreplaceable role in the moral instruction of students. Come explore how we, as teachers, can utilize literature to form their students in a way that other subjects cannot.

Viewing Athens from Jerusalem: A Christian Case for the Pagan Classics

The Bible consistently reminds us to have our understanding renewed, or washed, by the Word. So why do some curricula include a study of pagan mythology? Why spend time reading about Greek or Roman gods when we could be doing something "Christian"?? Join us for a discussion on why you should include reading the pagan classics in your schooling.

"Composition from a Classical Perspective"

"Composition from a Classical Perspective"

"Benefits to using a Complete "Boxed" Curriculum

"Benefits to using a Complete "Boxed" Curriculum