Classical Conversations

Our family has been involved in Classical Conversations for a few years now – Uno started at age four while she was also attending Pre-K part-time at the public school.

 

As with anything, CC is not a “perfect” program… but in my opinion, it’s pretty close! I will eventually add more thoughts on the subject here on StealingFaith, but in the meantime, if you’re homeschooling and looking for a rigorous academic program, accountability and peer support for both you and your children, well, please take the time to consider Classical Conversations. It’s a national program, so you will likely find a community near you!

 

In the meantime, here are some links I’ve found really helpful as I’ve studied CC and figured out how to make it work for our family:

 

Official Classical Conversations website: Great for an overview of the program, community locations, fees associated, etc.

 

Why I Chose CC, Part 1 and Part 2: Frank discussion of one family’s pro and con list and why they eventually chose to participate in CC.

 

How to do CC at Home: Many people question how to incorporate the weekly memory, etc., once you leave the community meeting. This mom lays out her week in a clear, easy to replicate way (and recognizes the freedom each family has to make CC work for them!). This post on the same topic is also really useful!

 

Please share links of any websites that have been useful for you to learn more about Classical Conversations in the comment section!

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