Welcome to Cavalier Academy Parents and Scholars
The Cavalier Academy is a small private community school based in Classical Learning and scholarly practices. The academy employs licensed teachers in the Elementary (K-6), Middle (7-8) and High School (9-12) space.
The Middle and High School Academy meets in North Ogden Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday from 8:30 - 3:30 and Friday from 8:30 - 12:45.
The Elementary school meets in North Ogden on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday from 8:00 - Noon. Field trips and extra events are planned for Elementary on Fridays.
Elementary Will study 1.75 hours a day of ELA, 1.75 hours of STEM and .5 hours of Bible each day.
Middle School will study ELA, STEM, Bible, Prudence and Chivalry, Socratic Seminar + competitions
High School will study ELA, STEM, Bible, Greek, Constitution, Rhetoric, Socratic Seminar,, ACT PREP + competitions and extra courses. All 11th and 12th graders will have access to OTECH as well. UOS courses are available for all students, as well as any course offered at their local boundary schools.
SPORTS and ACTIVITIES at the local boundary school can also be enjoyed, as well as whatever the academy offers for this coming year.
For information on funding options explore MyTechHigh
To apply, email THIS FORM to .
The Cavalier Story.....
Many have heard the story of the Classical Academy that existed in Pleasant View, Utah. Once the charter was dissolved there were still parents and scholars who desired a thorough classical education with strong rigor in reading, math, and sciences. Scholars who were hooked on courses like Rhetoric, Logic, and Communications, banned together with their parents to begin their journey with homeschooling their scholars. Most parents worked, so the group recruited Mrs. Donnelson and Dr. Goers along with some of the past teachers who had time to come and help, Mrs. Bentley, Mrs. Tinkey, Mr. Cross, to name a few. We were blessed with a year of teaching face to face, mask free in our own space. It wasn't how we would have thought it would be, but nonetheless scholars learned and we moved forward in our content. This coming year (2021-2022) we are taking one step further in our journey and starting a small private community school. When we don't have licensed teachers to teach content, we will lean on parents who have taught before, or experts in the community. We are already blessed with a solid core of teachers, (see the teachers and tutors tab) All teachers will be mentored under Dr. Goers for professional development and continuity in grading, assignments, and the like. We hope that if you value a classical education, you will consider joining us in this new venture. Please email for more information: