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Articles by author: John Carpenter

National School Choice Week in Philadelphia

Classical Conversations® supports National School Choice Week

by John
Tuesday, 03 January, 2017
categories: Articles
Southern Pines, North Carolina — Just two days after the most pro-school choice president in history takes the oath of office, Donald Trump and other school choice supporters will celebrate the beginning of National School Choice Week on Jan. 22. Robert Bortins, CEO of...
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Celebrate 100,000 CC students

Classical Conversations® passes 100,000-student mark!

by John
Thursday, 01 September, 2016
categories: Articles
West End, North Carolina — When Leigh Bortins started Classical Conversations® in 1997 in the basement of her Winston-Salem, North Carolina, home with 11 students, little did she know that her creation would grow to more than 100,000 students in less than 20 years....
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Carnival Valor cruise ship

Classical Conversations® will reprise successful Capstone Cruise

by John
Tuesday, 02 August, 2016
categories: Articles
Planning for the second-annual Classical Conversations® Capstone Cruise has already kicked into high gear. The five-day cruise and celebration will be on board the Carnival Valor cruise ship, April 30-May 4, 2017. The first Capstone Cruise May 1-5 was such a success...
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2016 CC Capstone Cruise Graduates

Classical Conversations holds first cruise graduation

by John
Wednesday, 04 May, 2016
categories: Articles
21 Classical Conversations students received their high school diplomas this afternoon during a first of its kind CC graduation on board the Carnival cruise ship Victory. More than 300 people—CC students, parents and staff—joined in the five-day Capstone Cruise to the...
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Sophia DiPiazza photo

Western Michigan girl wins $10,000 national math championship

by John
Tuesday, 03 May, 2016
categories: Articles
Nassau, Bahamas—To the uninitiated ear, the answers sound like gibberish—faster than an auctioneer. But Sophia DiPiazza, 13, of Allendale, Michigan, not only knows exactly what she’s saying, she’s also performing dozens of math equations in her head to get those...
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