The Keepers of Alexandria

The Keepers of Alexandria

October 6-8, 2017


 Featuring Kathleen Allen and Gerry Leonard

At Montessori High School at University Circle, Cleveland, Ohio



The Keepers of Alexandria is a program created by Dr. John A. Wyatt, who was a professor of classics and comparative languages at the University of Chicago and Beloit College (WI) and the founder and director of the Greek and Latin program at the University of Chicago, and David Kahn, executive director of NAMTA. The Keepers of Alexandria was originally developed as after-school enrichment for at-risk students in grades 3–8. The current program consists of stories and lessons that are presented through history, philosophy, and Latin, all based in the ancient city of Alexandria, Egypt.


Participants in The Keepers of Alexandria workshop will attend full-day sessions Friday and Saturday, October 6 and 7, plus a half-day on Sunday, October 8. A materials fee of $200 is required. Materials include everything one needs to begin the program in a classsroom.

  • View the full brochure including schedule, location, lodging, registration, and instructor bios.
  • Register online   Register by September 22, 2017 to receive the early registration rates.
  • The Keepers of Alexandria workshop will be held at Montessori High School at University Circle, Ferris House (3rd floor), 10924 Magnolia Drive, Cleveland, OH 44106.
  • Accommodations available at Doubletree by Hilton Tudor Arms Hotel, 10660 Carnegie Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio, telephone: 216-455-1260.