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2017 NMM Champion Jackson Ford accepts the Brian Award from Leigh Bortins. He also received $10,000.

16 finalists selected for National Memory Master

by John
Wednesday, 07 March, 2018
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After weeks of judging and intense debate, the National Memory Master judges have selected 16 finalists from among nearly 100 quality entry videos.   “There were humorous entries, informative entries, and entries that focused heavily on apologetics,” said NMM...
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Thrivent becomes major sponsor of N2K and the Capstone Cruise

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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Master memorizers compete for national title

by John
Friday, 02 February, 2018
categories: Articles
Southern Pines, North Carolina—Every child dreams of being the best of the best, so for those Classical Conversations students who have earned the title of Memory Master over the past few years, you can now dream of becoming the best of the best, the one and only...
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CC Commencement and national championships headline Capstone Cruise

by John
Tuesday, 09 January, 2018
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Have you booked your Capstone Cruise yet? Planning for the third-annual Classical Conversations® Capstone Cruise is nearing completion, and the deadline for cruise registration is fast approaching. The five-day, four-night cruise and celebration will be on board the...
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Leigh Bortins and Jackson Ford

California CCer wins National Memory Master championship

by John
Tuesday, 09 May, 2017
categories: Articles
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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