Is It For Me?
Thinking About Homeschooling?
Are you concerned with the future of your child's education? Has your current school situation left you wanting more? Are you interested in learning more about the options available through Homeschooling? If so, we invite you to join us for an evening of exploring the classical model of education, and how implementing that through Classical Conversations could help and equip you to be the best teacher for your child.
Classical Conversations is a nationally recognized organization with hundreds of communities across the nation, as well as international communities. We offer programs for children ages K4-12th grade, with classes that are led by a trained parent tutor.
Want to Know More?
The Foundations Program (K4-6th Grade)
In the Foundations Program we cover 5 major core components: Science, Fine Arts, Presentations, Review, and New Grammar (weekly memorization work covering 7 subject areas.) Led by a trained parent tutor, this class utilizes fun memorization techniques such as fun songs, hand motions, silly voices, and games to help students learn over 400 pieces of information. This program meets weekly for a 24 week program year.
The Essentials Program (4th-6th Grade)
Designed to be an add-on program to Foundations, the Essentials Program is a 3-year English Grammar & Writing program. Led by a trained parent tutor, this class takes students through the foundational principals of language structure and analysis, fun math games, and an engaging intensive writing course using curriculum from the Institute for Excellence in Writing. This program meets weekly for a 24 week program year.
The Challenge Program (7th-12th Grade)
Equipping students for life beyond their high school years is the goal of the Challenge Program. Challenge is a power-packed program led by a trained parent tutor and covers 6 major subject areas: English/Lit, Social Studies, Mathematics, Science, Foreign Language, and Electives. Students who graduate from the Challenge Program can receive 30 high school credits, opposed to the state required 24, and also have the opportunity to dual enroll for college credits as well as a participate in a fantastic study abroad program. This program meets weekly for a 30 week program year.
Still Want to Know More?
Join us at our upcoming Information Meeting where we will discuss each of these programs in more detail and answer any questions that you have about homeschooling in Clay County.
RSVP not required but encouraged.
Contact Kelli Lacouture at firstname.lastname@example.org
Classical Conversations Information Meeting
Monday, March 21st, 7pm
198 Knight Boxx Road
RSVPs are enabled for this event.