Read some thoughts from Cambridge, UK, Dr. Steven Hunt of Classics For All.

He offers 10 reasons why it is a good idea to use active Latin in our classroom


Places to grow in your conversational Latin skills:

There are numerous gatherings and educational experiences that involve the use of Latin as the primary language during all activities and aspects of the event. Participants with no experience or with any level of oral proficiency are welcome to enroll.

* Conventiculum Bostoniense

* Conventiculum Buffaloniense

* Conventiculum Dickinsoniense

* Conventicula Aestiva

* Conventiculum Vasintoniense

* Rusticatio

* Vox Latina

* Accademia Vivarium Novum

* Septimannae Latinae Europaeae

* Schola Latina (Latin and Greek, online also)

*A new resource: Scholae Graecae is now a part of Scholae Latinae! Beginning and Intermediate Greek courses taught in the "nature method."


* LupercalLegit.org where the focus is on Latin writings by women, and participants practice the use spoken Latin while meeting.


Specifically for Younger Students:

* Ascanius: The Youth Classics Institute

For any age of Latin enthusiast:
* The Veterum Sapientia Institute was created by Pope John XXIII, and still offers personal tutoring (Zoom and in-person) and many immersive learning experiences for today's clergy, Catholics, and others.  It is open to anyone who is interested building fluency in speaking and comprehending Latin. Check out their brand new Kitchen Table Latin tutoring program being created by Andrew Brehm for students!


Vates, the Journal of New Latin Poetry is a free publication devoted to the art of writing Latin verse.

It is up and available and has its webpage here