In recent decades a revival of classical education has occurred in the United States—particularly Christian classical education. This education has been defined a variety of ways by different schools and organizations during this revival, but no singular definition of classical has emerged. When we say “classical education” at Trinitas, we are speaking chiefly about classical pedagogy, that is, method, and classical content, or subject material. So Trinitas is classical both in the way it teaches and in the what it teaches. The two overlap in many ways, but between them we can make some distinctions.