The Instructors Promise

The Rolling Acres School is a classical, liberal arts online academy and curriculum provider, working within the Catholic educational tradition.

We, the founders and instructors, are Catholic academics and home schoolers who wish to share our talents in support of your educational efforts through our online school.

We will do everything that we can in justice to provide you with an excellent service and value for your money. We accept the teaching authority and mission of the Catholic Church and seek to support Christ's Church in its mission of salvation.  We will not miseducate your children, but will seek the liberation of their minds into wisdom, truth, and Christ.  We will always keep in mind that the example we provide is the most powerful teaching tool at our disposal.

Be assured of our prayers and support for you and your children.

The Faculty & Staff

T. Matthew Meyer, M.A.
Mr. Meyer is an instructor in Latin, Greek, trivium and quadrivium studies, as well as a moderator for Traditio Nostra.  He received a Masters Degree in Classics with an emphasis in Greek and Latin from the University of Nebraska and taught previously in the public school system in Nebraska.  He joined R.A.S. in 2014.

Abigail Meyer
Mrs. Meyer is co-director of the Schola Rosa program.  She joined R.A.S. in 2014. 

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Kenneth Rolling, M.A.
Mr. Rolling founded R.A.S. in 2011.  He is an instructor in philosophy, trivium and quadrivium studies, as well as a moderator for Traditio Nostra.  He received a Masters Degree in Classics with an emphasis on Greek from the University of Nebraska and has completed all but his thesis and dissertation for a Masters in Divinity and PhD in Philosophy from the Catholic University of America.  He taught previously in home schooler basements, some colleges, and other online institutions.

Alecia Rolling, M.A.

Mrs. Rolling founded R.A.S. in 2011.  She is an instructor in Latin, French, and German; as well as chief author and co-director of the Schola Rosa program.  She received a Masters Degree in Classics with an emphasis in Latin from the University of Nebraska.