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Help! I’m Starting Challenge II Without Foundations (or Challenge)!

Though she had been homeschooled her whole life, Cassidy started her formal high school education with Challenge II, having no Foundations or any Challenge program at all! We asked her to share her experience…   Looking to start Challenge II was honestly a pretty scary...
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How to Scale Your Child's Latin

In a previous article, I talked about my friend Denise’s philosophy of “scaling, not bailing.” Here is the way I think about it. Every Henle exercise is either a grammar-stage exercise, a dialectic-stage exercise, or a rhetorical-stage exercise. When your child does...
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Investing for Maximum Return

by Lisa
Thursday, 24 May, 2018
categories: Articles
Do you know the difference between spending money and investing money? Turns out my Challenge I students needed some clarity at the end of this semester. While exploring the “lessons learned” during our Stock Market Project, one student emphatically declared, “I would...
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CEO Robert Bortins speaking at GHEC in St. Petersburg

CC speakers headline global homeschooling conference

by John
Thursday, 24 May, 2018
categories: Articles
Classical Conversations’ founder Leigh Bortins was one of the keynote speakers at last week’s 2018 Global Home Education Conference in St. Petersburg and Moscow that almost a dozen members of the Classical Conversations’ leadership team attended.   Bortins was a...
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Graduates Josh Strode and DanEl Brown gave an exhortation to the graduates from Proverbs 4.

35 students graduate in CC’s third-annual cruise commencement

by John
Friday, 11 May, 2018
categories: Articles
The strains of Elgar’s Pomp and Circumstance March No. 1 and the navy-blue caps and gowns said graduation, but the luau-themed decorations and the slight roll of the ship said cruise. Thirty-five Classical Conversations graduates participated in CC’s third-annual...
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