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The Payoff is Coming!

My wife and I started homeschooling in earnest twenty years ago this month. Our fourth, and last, child graduated from Challenge IV in May. Classical Conversations didn’t come to our area until our oldest two children were already graduated; fortunately, they enjoyed a...
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CC offers inexpensive dual enrollment to Challenge students

by John
Tuesday, 07 August, 2018
categories: Articles
Southern Pines, NC—Classical Conversations programs are beginning again. And maybe you are torn between keeping your student in Challenge III or IV and receiving the full benefit of a CC education or having them dual-enroll in college classes to get a head start on...
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Transforming Self-Talk

by David
Thursday, 19 July, 2018
categories: Classical Christian Education, Homeschooling Life
Parents, be careful what you say to your children because your consistent words will become their self-talk. Our minds are always working, talking, thinking. This is our self-talk. What we say to ourselves may be the most important aspect of our mental health and our...
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New CC book revolutionizes study of art history

by John
Wednesday, 04 July, 2018
categories: Articles
What Classical Conversations’ book, “Cartography,” did for geography last year, its new book, “Marvelous to Behold,” now does for art history.    “Marvelous to Behold” provides a classical approach to art history with full-page, high-resolution images from a dozen...
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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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