NACCP has a CafePress Store offering T-Shirts and other items with images from the text. Apparel items are offered in several colors. Teachers or students can purchase any of the items directly from the store using credit card or PayPal.
The Cambridge School Classics Project (CSCP) is the organization in the United Kingdom that owns the copyright, authors the Latin books, and creates the website, online activities, and E-Learning resources to support the course.
Cambridge University Press (CUP) is the publisher of The Cambridge Latin Course, including textbooks, teachers’ manuals, workbooks, and ancillary resources. The link will go directly to the Education Resources for Schools page for Classics.
CUP regional CLC sales representatives offer assistance to teachers and school districts that are interested in purchasing or that have adopted The Cambridge Latin Course.
This document (prepared in October 2017) provides contact information for 4e and 5e CLC users with specific information regarding the Elevate platform, Books, and e-Learning DVDs.
This document provides an overview of the storyline, language, and culture in the 4th Edition CLC, stages 1-48. It is from the Teacher’s Manual and available here as a downloadable PDF.
This document provides an overview of the storyline, language, and culture in the 5th Edition CLC, stages 1-48. It is from the Teacher’s Manual and available here as a downloadable PDF.
These documents discuss global changes in the 5th Edition CLC Unit and specific changes in each of its Stages. The documents are available here as downloadable PDFs.
The National Latin Exam is administered annually in February or March and provides an opportunity for students to demonstrate their knowledge of Latin and the Roman world.
This document provides general guidelines regarding which National Latin exam Cambridge Latin students should take. For the Latin I Exam, a detailed alignment chart reviews NLE Topics and Examples and either lists the stage in which the item is covered in the CLC North American Fourth Edition or indicates that the item is not covered in Unit I or Unit II of the CLC.
ACL was founded for the purpose of fostering the study of classical languages in the U.S. and Canada. Membership benefits include access to latest grant information, comprehensive teaching materials, and job placement resources for classics teachers.
NJCL is an organization of junior and senior high school students sponsored by ACL. It is composed of local and state/provincial chapters across the U.S., Canada, and Australia. Its purpose is to encourage an interest in and appreciation for the language, literature, and culture of ancient Greece and Rome.