Explore the benefits of Middle School Latin.

The Principles of Learning in a Middle School Latin Classroom. While focusing on issues specifically related to teaching at the middle school level, this article will be instructive for those also teaching high school.

Click here to find a qualified Latin instructor.

Click here to find teaching materials and resources from the American Classical League.  The promotional brochure "Innovative Programs for Younger Students" may also be obtained from the same link at the ACL.

Click here to locate state and local support organizations.


The latest issue of PRIMA is now available to download.  PRIMA is the official newsletter for Excellence Through Classics (ETC), a standing committee of the American Classical League (ACL).


* IOTA MAGAZINEproduced by the Iris Project, is exclusively distributed in North America by Ascanius: The Youth Classics Institute

Iota is a new Classically-themed magazine for elementary school students! It aims to introduce Classics and Latin in a fun, informative, and engaging way, and its content is designed and written to fit in with curricula on the ancient Greeks and Romans.

Each full-color issue is approximately 25 pages and explores a god, a monster, a historical person, an object from the ancient Greco-Roman world, and Latin words. Students will enjoy the exciting stories, multitude of pictures, interactive games, and varied activities!


Some suggested texts for Middle School Latin Programs

Cambridge Latin Course

- standards correlations, and other resources available.  See Cambridge's Classsics School Project for free samples of web books and iPad interactive textbooks. For younger students, you might try Minimus.


Ecce Romani (Pearson)


Oxford Latin Course


Latin is Fun (Amsco)


Vocabulary from Classical Roots, EPS, is an excellent supplemental text.