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Classical Christian Homeschooling: Classical Education at Home Classical Christian Homeschooling: Classical Education at Home
Classical Christian Homeschooling: Classical Education at Home Classical Christian Homeschooling: Classical Education at Home

Classical education and its practical application
in grades K-12 for homeschooling families.


Return to the proven
educational methods
of past centuries

Educators are returning to classical education as modern educational methods continue to produce high school graduates who are not only functionally illiterate and lacking in critical thinking skills, but morally bankrupt as well.

Inside you will find historic and modern explanations of classical education, an analysis of the trivium and its components, ideas for the practical application of classical education to homeschooling from experienced homeschoolers and other educators, a complete curriculum guide and online catalog for grades K-12, networking opportunities with other classical educators, comprehensive links to Internet resources for classical education, and much more.


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