Do you have questions about classical education and the Classical Conversations Classes?
Classical Conversations is hosting an Informational Meeting at Westover Church, 505 Muirs Chapel Road in Greensboro, NC 27410 on Thursday, January 26, 2017 from 7 – 8:30 p.m. in room S105.
Use Entrance B – middle entrance in front, and park out front (to the left or right side is fine) and enter the building at “Main Entrance.” At the glass doors, use the door st the far right.
Local group directors will be present to answer questions. You can see the classroom curricula and hear more about the individual programs. All levels of classes are available. (Foundations, Essentials & Challenge all levels)
You do not need to RSVP for this event.
Classical Conversation Programs
At the information meeting, you can learn more about classical education model and how to use it in your home school. Classical Conversations has programs for students from preschool through high school.
The Foundations program, for students Pre-K through sixth grades, is a fun and exciting way to introduce memorization and presentation skills. It is also a great opportunity to meet other home schooling families who you will see on a regular basis and form lasting friendships with.
The Essentials program strives to give students in grade 4 – 6 and their parents a strong core of writing and grammars skills.
The Classical Conversation’s Challenge program will help you successfully home school your high school aged student by providing structure for completion of assignments and community for students.
Visit the Classical Conversations website HERE and read more about their vision and philosophy, get information about their programs and find other resources for home education.
For questions, you can contact the program directors:
Foundations/ Essentials Director (Pre-school-6th grade): Rhonda Lin
Challenge A Director (7th Grade): Mitzi Coe
Challenge B Director (8th Grade): Sharon Lawrence
Challenge I Director (9th grade): Sonya Lindsay