Hey y’all, look who we ran into at the CC 20th Anniversary celebration – Noble Gibbens! It was really great to meet him. He really is the amazing ball of energy that he appears to be, and a genuinely nice guy to boot. We had a great time getting to know him a bit throughout the evening, and we can’t wait to see him again. CC is blessed to have him. We are blessed to have Classical Conversations as a sponsor! Please check them out and give them some love.
Classical Conversations 20th Anniversary Celebration We were privileged to be a part of the Classical Conversations 20th Anniversary Celebration, where…
Yvette Hampton spends a few minutes with Danielle Papageorgiou, organizer of the Wings Lifeschooling Conference at the Educating for Success Home Business Conference. Danielle was encouraged to start her conference after attending a previous Educating for Success Home Business Conference and we are glad she did. Both conferences offer great insights for homeschool families looking to do something unique and valuable.
This interview took place at the Educating for Success Home Business Conference in Huntsville, Alabama. Rhea Perry puts on the home business conference to encourage homeschooling families to work together to build family businesses. This is a great way that homeschooling students learn to work and contribute to their families. We had a great time at the conference and learned a ton.
Yvette talks with Robert Bortins, CEO of Classical Conversations at their headquarters in Southern Pines, North Carolina. CC is about to celebrate their 20th anniversary! They offer a fantastic program and curriculum for homeschooling families. From their website, “Classical Conversations supports homeschooling parents by cultivating the love of learning through a Christian worldview in fellowship with other families. We believe there are three keys to a great education: classical, Christian, and Community.” Learn more at https://www.classicalconversations.com.
This was our first teaser trailer. We had just shot a few interviews, but we needed something to get people excited about the project. We have come a long way!