Classical Conversations of Beaufort

From Monica Wilkinson:

Are you looking for someone to come alongside you as you walk this journey of home educating? Or perhaps you are just considering home schooling for the first time?

For me, joining CC has taken a lot of the guess work out of home schooling. It has streamlined our school days and allowed my children to be learning much of the same material at the same time.

I invite you to come and learn more about Classical Conversations of Beaufort. I will share the Classical Model of learning and how being part of a CC Community has been a blessing to our family. I want my children to be bold in their witness for Christ and be able to clearly and effectively communicate truths they have embraced.

Classical Conversations is a faith-based nationwide home school community. It seeks to come alongside parents desiring to home educate their children and makes Classical education accessible to families.

Classical Conversations of Beaufort is in its second year and I am passionate about sharing this great program! I’d love to share more about it with you too. We will have classes for students age 4 – 6th grade this coming year including a complete Language Arts curriculum including IEW Writing in the afternoons for grades 4-6.

Join me Tuesday, July 2nd from 11:30-1pm at Chick-fil-A on Boundary Street. Bring your children and let them play, I’d love to meet you and share the heart and vision of CC.

Anytime, feel free to reach out with questions via email as well!

Monica Wilkinson
Classical Conversations of Beaufort
Foundations and Essentials Director

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