About Compass Classroom

Compass Classroom started creating educational videos for moms and students in the summer of 2010.

Although our parent company, Compass Cinema, had been creating videos for a while before that first year, we had the idea of starting a company just to cater to homeschool families after watching our own wives homeschool for a few years.

Watching our wives homeschool made us realize a few things.

Moms need as much support as they can get homeschooling.

If one video course gives you a little more time to focus on other things, then that makes us happy. Some subjects are generally more difficult to teach than others so we try to make video series that cover those gaps. There are some great teachers out there who just do an incredible job explaining certain subjects.


Videos should be educational and entertaining.

A lesson on video is not the same as a lecture. We approach each new series with a blank page and try to match form and content in the most pedagogically-effective way.



In 2010, we started with our Visual Latin video curriculum. Using a combination of short videos and worksheets for different learning styles, it has transformed language learning for thousands of children.


This course covers how economic freedom is directly related to religious freedom. Archival footage, clear language and practical examples make it useful for individual or group study.


Dave Raymond applies a Christian worldview to the characters, events, theology, literature, art, and religious beliefs throughout American history. This is the first course from his four-part series.


We started carrying video products from our friends at Roman Roads Press.


Dwane Thomas of Visual Latin fame stars in a zany show teaching Latin and Greek roots, as well as hundreds of English words.


We produced our first product aimed at teaching moms more about homeschooling itself.


In Modernity, the follow-up course to American History, Dave Raymond explores world history from 1500 to the present.


We worked with Dr. Del Tackett and over a dozen scientists to create the first feature length documentary exploring the history of the earth from the perspective of Genesis.


Dr. Kurt Wise, who worked with us on the Is Genesis History? documentary, designed this unique class to fully integrate a Christian worldview with the biological sciences.


Grammar for Writers is designed to help students and writers analyze their own writing, diagnose problems, and write better sentences.


Antiquity lets students explore creation through the resurrection of Christ with Dave Raymond in his third history course. WordUp! Volumes 2 & 3 are produced by popular demand to round out a flexible vocabulary curriculum.


Live Classes in Nashville

In a new Lectures series, classes were filmed in front of students then posted online each week. We then turned them into the 7 products in this format.


Jonathan Rogers of Grammar for Writers teaches writers how to observe and apply the fiction techniques of beloved writers to their own work. The series includes a course on The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe, The Hobbit, To Kill a Mockingbird, and his own novel The Bark of the Bog Owl.


We developed Francis Schaeffer’s famous film series into a worldview class with his book. We also took the original 16mm films and transferred them into new, never-before-seen HD videos.


Created by the producer of Is Genesis History?, this series explains the science and scholarship of Genesis. Along the way, you’ll view lots of content we simply couldn’t fit into the documentary, as well as leading scholarship in this young field.


We developed a new class using R.C. Sproul’s lecture series, John Frame’s book on philosophy, and original readings from the philosophers themselves.


A new type of online class that combines readings on the history of music with hundreds of videos and audio recordings of the best works ever composed.


Dave Raymond concludes his history series with a study of Christianity as the flowering of civilization, from the resurrection of Christ to the 17th century.


Facilitated courses bring a sense of community to our curricula. Facilitators answer student questions, host live Zoom discussions, and offer a place for feedback on assignments.


Our first live classes offer Zoom discussions on great books, teaching students how to analyze literature and present their insights in writing assignments.


We offer one of Dave Raymond’s  live classes for the very first time! Take a historical journey through American civics and government.


To create products that will be useful to moms, interesting to students, and glorifying to God.

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