Young Pilgrims Information
What is Young Pilgrims? Young Pilgrims is a subgroup under the “umbrella” of Pilgrim’s Progress Home-School Association (PPHSA). It is a Christ-centered, servant led community, that works together to foster a love of learning, a growing love for Christ and others. We desire to offer opportunities to build lasting friendships, for character development to be taught and applied, through service to be exemplified and lived out. We offer small groups, classes, and support for families with students in grades K (4/5 years) through grade 6.
How does Young Pilgrims work? We here to come together in a community to “lighten the load”, We offer a gentle progression of multi-sensory learning experiences that are guided by scripture, and primarily infused with Classical Education, Charlotte Mason, and Unit study styling. We structure our classes and offer training, to assist homeschool families in keeping learning restful by building foundational friendships and a support systems. Restful learning (meaning the absence of anxiety and frenetic learning, not the absence of work), its one of the countless benefits of working together, as when building anything, many hands make light work.
Until we can return to normal classes we will be holding Monthly Themed Activity Days in Holbrook on Fridays. We will also be having Park Days to build friendships and work together.
Young Pilgrims meets in Holbrook, Massachusetts.