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What is Classical Conversations?

Classical Conversations supports homeschooling parents by cultivating the love of learning through a Christian worldview in fellowship with other families. We believe there are three keys to a great education: Classical, Christian, and Community.

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News & Events

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NEW! Essentials Curriculum, 5th Edition

Have you heard? We are excited to announce that the Essentials English Language Curriculum, 5th Edition is coming Spring 2021! After recieving extensive feedback from Tutors and parents, we have created this new edition to preserve the familiar structure with a more approachable design. Check out the video below to…
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Navigating Secondary School Exams

Concern over any education system’s ability to help a student gain admission into university is probably one of the most common issues parents face as they seek to educate their children. The impact of further education on a student’s life can be significant, and parents rightly wish to help rather…
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Parent Practicum 2020!

Practicum season is here! Unfortunately, due to the ongoing pandemic, we have not been able to host our practicums in person this summer. As a result, we have taken
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The Common Topics and the Universe

OK, I am like a kid with a new BB gun. I do not really know how to use it, but it looks like so much fun. In that spirit, please allow me to wield Aristotle’s common topics. I just hope I do not shoot somebody’s eye out.
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3 Ways That Latin Can Benefit YOU!

Sure, we could use the same tired reasons for learning Latin that everyone else uses: Learning Latin will enhance your study of history, fine arts, and literature. You’ll be able to read the Latin in state mottos, hymns, and old buildings. We could tell you that reading Cicero and Virgil…

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