Someone has created the feeder school for my high school:
Dead presidents grace the walls of Roseville's first charter school. Its school colors are red, white and blue.
Instead of textbooks, its students will read the primary writings of the Founding Fathers, along with such classics as Homer's "Iliad" and "Odyssey."
John Adams Academy is only a month old and already the students are talking about "restoring America's heritage" and becoming "servant leaders."
As conservatives and liberals across the country tussle over the proper role of government, the Constitution – and its interpretation – has become a hot topic. So perhaps it's only natural that the Sacramento region now has a school whose curriculum is centered on America's Founding Fathers.
Roseville is just up the road from me. I could get to this school in perhaps 10 minutes.