A recent Google query for “How to memorize” turned up 2,380,000 matches. This is amazing and telling when the current view among progressive educators and our culture at large is that memorization is merely “drill-and-kill.” Without any real learning and that information can be easily accessed through available technology that memorization is unnecessary. At Trinity Academy of Raleigh, the view is different. Memorization is a curricular area. Our community developed a curriculum guide that establishes purposeful expectations, prevents redundancies, and establishes clear expectations for student learning. Come see how one school developed a memory curriculum, established instructional methods, and created rubrics for assessing student progress in that area.