Staving Carsten Becker:
>My father, cramming together his knowledge of Latin wanted to know if
>the sentence "Non scholae sed vita discimus" is correct and which cases
>there are -- Though this piece of Latin is what I found on Google. My
>dad said first said it'd be "Non scholam sed vitae discimus". When I
>told him about what I found on Google he wasn't sure anymore.

If the intended meaning is "We learn not from school, but from life", I
think it's

non schola sed vita discimus

using the ablative in each case (I always remember the ablative as "by,
with or from").