Our liberal arts are so lacking now that one must be self-educated. See the entry, “Latin Monks, English & French.” It is better to be educated by traditional Catholic monks. Because there are so few traditional Catholic monasteries in the US, one must go abroad or online. I must say at this point that nontraditional Catholic monasteries are a colossal waste of time and offer little value. I won’t name them.
Here is a traditional monastery in New Mexico whose prior was ordained by Archbishop Lefebvre: https://www.ourladyofguadalupemonastery.com/
I hope more young Catholic men enter this way of life so that they can establish new monastic foundations in the US, hopefully in California, which has zero. Finding the right books is also a problem. The monks have their own libraries; perhaps, one can ask them by email how to obtain copies.
Imagine all the pope could be doing in the area of education, and he has done utterly nothing. I call him out for those priests whose voices are muffled by obedience as a destroyer who must be resisted every day in every way.
The best outcome would be for monasteries to crop up everywhere in California and become an integral part of the life of a Catholic and an integral part of the education of young Catholics, especially boys. Homeschooling is fine, but it is almost impossible to replace the experience of being together with other boys and a monk.
Is it wishful thinking or hoping for the impossible? No. When I am dead and hopefully in Heaven, I will be praying there for this outcome on Earth.