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Classical Conversations® Capstone Cruise & Graduation more than double in size

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by John
Thursday, 31 January, 2019
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Classical Conversations® annual Capstone Cruise & Graduation is scheduled for April 28-May 3 on board the Carnival Liberty cruise ship, but the deadline for registering for the five-day, four-night cruise is fast approaching.   Feb. 15 is the registration deadline...
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Thrivent becomes major sponsor of N2K and the Capstone Cruise

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by John
Monday, 05 March, 2018
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Southern Pines, North Carolina—A credit union that serves Christians has become a major sponsor of Classical Conversations’ National Number Knockout Competition and the Capstone Cruise.   Thrivent Federal Credit Union (TFCU) has agreed to sponsor National Number...
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Classical Conversations holds 2nd-annual Capstone Cruise and graduation

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by John
Thursday, 11 May, 2017
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Twenty-seven Classical Conversations students received their high school diplomas May 3 during CC’s second-annual Capstone Cruise on board the Carnival cruise ship Liberty. More than 320 people—CC students, parents and staff—joined in the five-day Capstone Cruise to...
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National Number Knockout championship claimed by Minnesota CCer

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by John
Tuesday, 09 May, 2017
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Rochester, Minnesota—To the uninitiated ear, the answers sound like gibberish—faster than an auctioneer. But Ethan Gates, 12, of Rochester, not only knows exactly what he’s saying, he’s also performing dozens of math equations in his head to get those answers. All in...
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California CCer wins National Memory Master championship

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by John
Tuesday, 09 May, 2017
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Fountain Valley, California—Jackson Ford is just 11, but his ability to memorize facts is amazing. So amazing, in fact, that the Fountain Valley, California, sixth-grader won a national memory championship and a $10,000 cash prize May 1. Jackson was one of 16 finalists...
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