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Classical Conversations® passes 115,000-student mark

by John
Thursday, 02 November, 2017
categories: Articles
Southern Pines, North Carolina — Classical Conversations’® student enrollment went over the 115,000-student milestone last month, making it the largest classical homeschooling organization in the world. Classical Conversations’ CEO Robert Bortins announced at CC’s 20th...
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Classical Conversations families gather for national reunion

by John
Wednesday, 20 September, 2017
categories: Articles
Thousands of homeschool families will be gathering during the third week in October for their version of a giant family reunion. Classical Conversations®, the world’s largest classical homeschooling organization, will be celebrating its 20th anniversary Oct. 18 in 10...
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Make your Classical Conversations® back-to-school shopping list and check it twice

by John
Tuesday, 08 August, 2017
categories: Articles
By John Carpenter & April Foster COMMUNICATIONS TEAM Early August is either an exciting time or a terrifying time as a homeschool parent, depending on your perspective and your level of preparedness. For most Classical Conversations’ parents and their children,...
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Classical Conversations expands rapidly overseas

by John
Thursday, 20 July, 2017
categories: Articles
SOUTHERN PINES, NORTH CAROLINA— Classical Conversations Inc.® is the world’s largest classical education resource for Christian homeschoolers, and while the vast majority of CC’s 105,000 students live in the United States, the program is actually growing more rapidly...
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‘Oh, the places you will go’ with CC’s new cartography book

by John
Monday, 10 July, 2017
categories: Articles
Good books can take you to places you’ve never been before, both real and imagined, and times past, present and future. Classics like “The Bronze Bow,” “Carry on, Mr. Bowditch,” and “Starship Troopers” can take you to 1st-century Galilee under the Romans, to sea in the...
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