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Practical information towards improving a child’s attention, learning and behavior choices will be discussed through the lens of brain function.

Essay-Writing is a building process that begins with planning, tools, and organization and ends with a final product – a well-written essay.

We discuss several basic themes in fairy tales and traditional children’s literature and their importance to the moral imagination.

Learning a foreign language opens the world for you, and the younger you start your child, the better.

These seasoned homeschool gentlemen will discuss various aspects of homeschooling and answer your questions.

A gap year is that wonderful year between high school and college, that allows your student to obtain real life experiences and growth, that cannot be had in the very scheduled world of college.

Melanie Young, mother of eight, brings encouragement and ideas to keep the plates going without your life spinning out of control!

Learn about challenges homeschooling marriages may face and how to work them through.

Debbie will show you how to accomplish the challenging task of teaching high school.

Learn how to incorporate the 122 historically accurate novels by George Henty into your History, Geography, Character, and Language curriculum, just by reading or listening!

Secrets of SAT success that have helped hundreds of students raise their test scores as much as 600 points!

 Christians should be asking ourselves how we are to adequately prepare our students for the spiritual and intellectual struggles that they will face in college.

Learn how to prepare for college.

Details about the NC Career and College Promise Program

Find out in this workshop how spelling information is most efficiently stored in the brain, and why.

 Learn and avoid four teaching mistakes that contribute to this frustration: Overcorrecting, Holding Back Help, Unclear Assignments, and Over-Expectation.

According to the classical model, there are four core language arts: listening, speaking, reading, and writing

This workshop will identify which outside activities are wonderful enrichments to the homeschool and which are detrimental to our goals as homeschoolers.

Establishing a clear, biblical worldview and a strong foundation in basic Christian doctrine can help protect your children from false teachings.

This workshop details the tuition free opportunities available for high school and college credit at Central Piedmont Community College.

Spencer explains the legalities of homeschooling in NC and working with the Division of Non-Public Education, what is required and what is voluntary.

A show and tell workshop in which attendees can see what significant books look like so they can be recognized.