Andrew Shivone

Born in Fort Worth, Texas, Andrew received his B.A. in Liberal Education from the College of St. Thomas More and his Master's from the University of Dallas. He obtained his Ph.D. in Theology from the Pontifical John Paul II Institute with a dissertation focused on the philosophy of education and childhood in the thought of the German Thomist, Ferdinand Ulrich.  He is the president of the St. Jerome Institute in Washington, DC. and currently serves as Vice-president and Treasurer of the Institutes Board of Directors.  He has served for nearly two decades as a teacher and leader in classical schools. He was the Head of School for The Atonement Academy in San Antonio and later joined the team for Great Hearts Texas, where he was the founding Headmaster of Great Hearts Northern Oaks. He has published articles and translations in both the Humanum Journal and Communio and is preparing a translation of Ferdinand Ulrich’s book on childhood and education, Der Mensch als Anfang (Man as the Beginning), for publication by Humanum Press in 2023.


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