To know God and to make Him known.


What can you do with a degree in classical liberal arts?

One of the main criticisms that comes against classical education is its practicality in the real world. Dr. Hebbard addresses the issue that seeks to satisfy the critics as well as encourage the classical students by going beyond the surface of the assumption that a...
continue reading

Alumni Spotlight with Sara T.

Each Friday we will be spotlighting a member of Classical Conversations. The first Friday will be a homeschool graduate who attended CC's Challenge program, the second Friday will be a current student, the third a state manager, and the fourth a community director....
continue reading

The Living Word

by Tobin
Wednesday, 02 March, 2011
categories: Classical Christian Education
A love of vocabulary might be the most important thing you ever give your kids. I can’t remember when the passion was instilled in me.  My mother read to me every morning and every night, from books which were beautifully written and which often used words I had not...
continue reading

The Core Chapter 9: The Core of a Classical Education: Science

The Core Chapter 9: The Core of a Classical Education: Science by Jennifer Courtney I was the helper in my five-year-old daughter’s Foundations class this week when her tutor demonstrated Newton’s First Law of Motion with a tennis ball and a super bouncy ball--very...
continue reading

One More Conversation About Great Artists

by Courtney
Monday, 28 February, 2011
categories: Classical Christian Education
Foundations Directors may be breathing a sigh of relief over the completion of six weeks of children painting in the church building. While I, too, am glad we managed to retain favor with our host church by not tracking paint down the carpeted hall, I would enjoy...
continue reading