Mr. Cuatto comes originally from Utah but has lived in many places across the United States and travelled extensively throughout Europe, where he possesses dual citizenship in Italy. He has obtained degrees in Humanities and Sacred Theology with perfect marks and received his Graduate Diploma in Latin, again with perfect marks, from the world renowned Institute for Latin Studies at the University of Kentucky, the nation’s premiere graduate school for Latin, under the tutelage of Drs. Terence Tunberg and Milena Minkova. He continues graduate work with the University of Wales Trinity St. David, toward the completion of an MA in Classical Studies. Mr. Cuatto brings to the school a deep awareness of and commitment to classical education and the central role Latin must play in a traditional curriculum as the language sine qua non of Western civilization. He enters upon his sixth year teaching, second at Golden View, at classical curriculum schools. He is dedicated to the profession of education as a life-long work and particularly intends to remain active in the upper school level as his locus praedelictus. He envisions his life-long work to be the promotion of Latin, particularly a living and spoken Latin as once was common in the academic world. He is an active participant of the Familia Sancti Hieronymi and a member of the American Classical League. His other personal interests are in sacred theology and linguistics, particularly Latin, Italian, and French. He understands his role in teaching as a vocation, secondary only to being a husband and a father. He cultivates a sincere devotion to his students and delights in not only helping them do well academically in the pursuit of knowledge and understanding but also assisting parents in their great task to form their children with a sensitivity to the true, good, and beautiful, while striving for virtuous living.