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FAQs

Q:

How old does my child need to be to enroll in a Classical Conversations program?

A:

Foundations:

K4-6th grade

  1. Children who are on site, aged four or older by June 1, should be enrolled in the program. Children aged three or younger may stay with their parent while the parent attends Foundations class, provided they are not a consistent distraction.

  2. CC Largo has an onsite nursery for younger siblings not enrollment age. 

Essentials:

4th-6th grade

Students must be nine (9) years old by September 30 to enroll in Essentials.  

Challenge A-B/ I-IV

7-9th grade/ 9th-12th grade

  1. Students must be twelve (12) years old by September 30 to enroll in Challenge A; the subsequent Challenge programs have successive age limits as well.

 

Q:

How do I enroll in Classical Conversations community?

A:

We ask that all interested families first attend an Information Meeting.   Upcoming Information Meeting dates are posted on our menu Information Meeting link. 

Local Classical Conversations directors will share all the information necessary for enrolling in a local community during the Information Meeting.  

Q:

What is the Classical Conversations class size?

A:

Foundations: up to 8 students per class

Essentials:  up to 16 students per class

Challenge:  up to 12 students per level

Q:

When my student is enrolled in Classical Conversations, how do I fulfill my yearly homeschool evaluation requirement for the state of Florida?

A:

Since Classical Conversations is an homeschool support service, the parent is completely responsible for completing the yearly homeschool evaluation process for your child per state requirements.  

Classical Conversations communities do encourage families to consider having their student take the national standardized test SAT- 10. 

A student is not required to take a SAT-10 test to be part of a Classical Conversations community.

 

For more information on Classical Conversations philosophy behind encouraging students to take the SAT-10 test, as well as SAT-10 test locations and dates please visit http://cctestingservices.com/

Q:

Where does Classical Conversations of Largo Community meet for weekly class?

A:

Suncoast Community Church  on 110th Ave N in Largo Florida 

Q:

What days of the week does Classical Conversations of Largo meet and for how many weeks? 

A:

Wednesdays

Fall Semester: August -November (end before Thanksgiving)

Spring Semester: January - April (no later than May 1st)

Foundations and Essentials:  24 weeks per year

Challenge: 30 weeks per year