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Classical Foundations for Christ 0
Mooresville , Indiana 46158 
16.79 m.
Classical Foundations for Christ is a new support group starting in Mooresville that will target toddler and preschool age -- older siblings are welcome. This support group is designed to find and connect dedicated homeschool families that are interested in using a classical curriculum framework for their child's future school needs. Activities will include bible centered and literature centered storytime, rhymes, Bible verses, recitation moments for children who have rhymes memorized. The best way to contact me is by joining the yahoogroup.
Posted: Jan 06   Report as Spam
Classical Conversations of Indianapolis -783
Indianapolis , Indiana 46203 
35.05 m.
Across the United States, Classical Conversations Communities exist to complement your home-centered education and connect you with like-minded Christian families. Each community is facilitated by a trained parent-director, and classes are led by trained parent-tutors who model the classical tools of learning. Tutors have the privilege of encouraging students toward becoming lifelong learners while also encouraging parents in the classical teaching of their children.

Our three curriculum programs support your home-centered education by providing teaching tools for you, the parent, and quality educational materials for your student. Our guides, books, timeline cards, and multimedia resources have been thoughtfully crafted and selected. The math, science, literature, Latin, history, geography and fine arts studied in our Foundations Program represent a broad and interesting body of information. Our Essentials Program students work toward mastering English language skills and improving their writing technique. As students move into our Challenge Program and work toward becoming independent learners, they read, discuss, debate, analyze and write about award-winning literature—always within the framework of history and a biblical worldview.

One of the greatest benefits of joining our CC Communities is they provide a place for your students to enjoy other students. Kids love the chance to interact, play, and have some FUN as they are—incidentally—building a scale model of the solar system. Or making beautiful music on the tin whistle. Or learning Socratic logic. And let’s face it: Homeschooling is hard work. Parents need a place to plug in and support one another, too!

Our Foundations Communities serve children in the early stages, roughly ages 4 to 11. Foundations parents and students meet once a week for 24 weeks during the school year. Once late-elementary students enter the dialectic stage of learning, they join peers in our Essentials Communities, which usually meet in the afternoons after Foundations. In the middle and high school years, students hone their dialectic and rhetoric skills in our Challenge Communities.
Posted: May 11   Report as Spam
Wendy M
Spencer , Indiana 47460 
13.73 m.
Homeschool mom: family of 5 dyslexic’s, all different, including a wide variety of disciplines. Kids grow up too fast, to not enjoy them now. With only 1 left at home (age 9) I would like to say I enjoying our time together, but I’m not. Homeschool this passed year has been nothing but a battle. Tempted into putting him into school. For the positive influence on doing his work in a timely manner and caring about his studies. Before fall, like now, this summer, I’m looking for families. Families who would be willing to work together though this summer on core subjects. Like a cottage school environment two-three days per week through this summer. Public location: we’ll be able to use the old Cataract Schoolhouse located between Spencer and Cloverdale, Indiana. About 45 minutes from Bloomington, Terre Haute, and Indianapolis. Please contact me ASAP at 317-840-9111 if you think you may have interest. If all works out well, yes, we could definitely continue to use the facility and make a official homeschool cottage co-opp.
Posted: May 19   Report as Spam
Annette S
Bloomington , Indiana 47401 
21.44 m.
I have decided to homeschool my 12-year-old son who has always struggled in public school due to a learning disability. There has to be an alternative!
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Tamara S
Bloomington , Indiana 47401 
21.44 m.
I am looking for other families wanting to start a pilot school in/near Bloomington, Indiana
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Kate S
Bloomington , Indiana 47401 
21.44 m.
Homeschooling parent to two and PhD student majoring in Curriculum and Instruction - minoring in Learning Sciences at IU
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