Classical Conversations

  • Saturday, March 01, 2014
  • 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM
  • PLEASE RSVP to Jen Duncan at (541) 760-5409 OR jduncan77@gmail.com for location details and to ensure enough informational packets and catalogs are available
 

Do you want to know more about the classical method of education? Is a Biblical worldview priority for your family and home school? Do you desire Christian community and friendships for yourself and your children as you school from home?  Do you need more accountability or motivation for yourself and your child? Come discover how the Classical Conversations Community can give your family the encouragement and accountability you want! Homeschooling through high school is no problem with Classical Conversations.  In addition to the programs for younger children: Foundations (ages 4-12) and Essentials (IEW writing program for ages 8-12), the Challenge Levels (ages 12-18) meet the needs of the older ones with a rigorous college prep program. We meet one day per week with trained Tutors/Mentors.  The parent works with his/her children the other days. Classical Conversations can provide all you need to successfully homeschool through high school and impart all the learning tools necessary for acceptance and success in college.   Come find out more about this program, whose mission is "To Know God and Make Him Known."

 

We will be discussing all aspects of our CC Program and More:  

 

  •        The Trivium and classical education

  • Classical Conversations Foundations Program (grades K to 6th)
  • Classical Conversations Essentials Program (grades 4th to 6th)
  • Classical Conversations Challenge Program (grades 7th-12th)
  • Classical Conversations' role in helping parents homeschool            

 For more information about Classical Conversations, please visit www.classicalconversations.com 

 
"By wisdom a house is built, and through understanding it is established; through knowledge its rooms are filled with rare and beautiful treasures."   Proverbs 24:3-4

"Students are souls to be nurtured, not products to be measured."  Leigh Bortins