What have you heard about Challenge II? If you want the real scoop, listen in as Tonya Rozelle and Lisa Bailey describe this transformational year of high school. You’ll hear how the theme of choices is realized in each strand of study, and how this intentional focus helps you raise deep thinkers who revel in changing their world. Parents, find out how to balance your involvement with your student’s independence, and be encouraged by what your student will gain through this year of discussion.
In this episode, Daniel Shirley, homeschool graduate and Challenge IV tutor, talks with long time homeschooling moms and CC leaders: Amanda Butler, Academic Director, and Heather Shirley, Academic Officer, about new training opportunities for licensed directors and tutors. If you liked what you heard about how CC trains homeschooling parents, consider becoming a CC tutor. Visit classicalconversations.com and click on “contact a local leader” to learn more about starting a CC homeschool community in your area.
Wondering what’s so great about Challenge I as your child enters the high school years? Listen in as Lisa Bailey and Julie Dickens reveal the blessings of this program for students and families. Get the answers to key questions such as “Is Challenge enough to prepare my student?” and “How involved should parents expect to be?” You’ll be excited to hear what students learn, and how that changes them!
Those of you looking toward Challenge B for the fall will want to listen in as Stephanie Meter and Lisa Bailey discuss the details of this program. You will hear how the “Ownership” theme of Challenge A naturally leads to the “Discipline” of Challenge B. You will get a practical sense of how students continue to hone the skills of learning they’ve been cultivating. And, you’ll discover the biggest surpriseof Challenge B! Listen in and discover the richness…
Wondering what to expect as you and your student move into the Challenge years? Join Lisa Bailey and Angela Oxford as they discuss the beauties and benefits of Challenge A. You’ll gain some great insights on this “year of firsts” and hear from experienced parents how to navigate this new part of your journey, both academically and relationally.