Renewing our Culture through
The Camino Schools
The Camino Schools is a non-profit organization dedicated to the cultural renewal of California through the founding of great schools. The mission of these schools is to collaborate with parents in the intellectual, moral, physical, and spiritual education of their children. Through a rigorous liberal arts curriculum and personal character formation, these schools seek to develop children into mature, confident leaders who engage the world with a spirit of freedom, adventure, and service.
The Camino Schools seeks to establish two single-sex classical liberal arts schools in Orange County, California that will serve families with children K through 8th grade.
Coming to Orange County
The Camino Schools seek to form the entire person—body, mind, heart, and soul—and assist parents in raising children into wise, magnanimous, and joyful adults. Character formation is facilitated by regular, structured, personal mentorship between students and faculty. An all-boys or all-girls format for the older grades supports our goal of forming the whole person.
The Camino Schools will follow a classical approach to education which is grounded in the liberal arts, developing in students the freedom to live a fully human life beyond the mere attainment of technical skills or knowledge. Through a classical education, students learn to think critically, write clearly, and speak persuasively while cultivating a life-long love for learning and the ability to recognize the Good, the True, and the Beautiful in the people and things around them. Learn More about Classical Education Here
The culture and curriculum of The Camino Schools will be grounded in a Christian worldview, and the spiritual care of the schools will be entrusted to a priest of Opus Dei, a personal prelature of the Catholic Church. While the schools offer instruction in the Catholic faith and regular opportunities for students to participate in the sacraments, students of all religious backgrounds are welcome to join so long as they adhere to the school’s mission and satisfy all other requirements for admission.