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Brr…Bur…Burdened

As a child, I loved visiting my cousins in the Virginia countryside, especially in the winter months. Our visits included long rambles in the fields and woods surrounding their farmhouse. We waded through tall grasses up to our waists, clearing new paths like Lewis and Clark or the Ingalls family of Little House on the Prairie.

CC has an AA and BA Degree!

Last month we announced the launch of our master program, and the response was overwhelming and truly humbling. The thanksgiving and gratitude so many of you expressed just served to reiterate to us how blessed we are to be in a position to give back to the thousands of hard-working homeschooling parents who have sacrificed so much to focus on the education of their children.

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The Gratefulness Campaign

The coronavirus pandemic has caused the entire world to slow to a grinding halt. Sickness, sadness, and loneliness are running rampant in our communities. Schools across the nation have shut their doors; healthcare workers are overwhelmed, and unemployment claims are off the charts. This is a difficult time on so many levels and one that we hope is never repeated, but there has never been a better opportunity to slow down and be grateful for the many blessings in our lives. Let’s spread some positivity!

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How to Homeschool During Coronavirus | Interview with Faithwire.com

Classical Conversations CEO Robert Bortins recently sat down with journalist Dan Andros of Faithwire.com to discuss what it’s like to be thrown into homeschooling during the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak. This ten minute interview should give parents some help to make their day a little bit easier.

Here are a few tips about how to homeschool during this unique situation we’re all facing together.

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Classical Conversations Values Its Parents

When my mom started Classical Conversations 23 years ago, it was because many homeschool parents didn’t feel comfortable educating their children through high school. My mom didn’t start Classical Conversations to homeschool those children for their parents, but to provide those parents with the necessary support to homeschool their kids through high school. Unlike other education companies that focus on children, Classical Conversations is focused on their parents. If parents are well equipped and supported by a community, they can homeschool through high school successfully.

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Spirit Week Devotional: All About Looks

remember that life isn’t all about appearances. In fact, when God was picking out the next king of Israel back in 1 Samuel 16, he turned down all the best-looking candidates. He was more concerned with the state of their hearts…

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