Preschool Science – Encouraging a Lifetime of Orderly Thinking

Speaker: Lesli Richards
Every great scientist started out as a preschooler! Lesli teaches parents to give their children the best foundation possible. By modeling Aristotle’s Five Common Topics we can teach children to develop patterns of thought and cultivate wonder in the amazing world God has given us. Lesli will help parents provide their children with the best tools for exploring science during the early years.

The Classical Preschooler – Building a Foundation of Wonder

Speaker: Lesli Richards
In this refreshing workshop, participants will learn how to nurture their preschooler’s mind and soul through play in order to prepare a firm foundation for the delights and demands of a classical education. Wonder is the fuel for a lifetime of learning and parents will learn how to cultivate this in their children and win it back for themselves!

Stop Juggling and Start Thriving- Schooling Across the Ages

Speaker: Lesli Richards
One of the most common stressors for parents is trying to meet all their children’s needs at once. Join me for an engaging session that will help you not only survive schooling multiple children but enrich your family culture at the same time. You will walk away with a new perspective and tools in your toolbox to help you cultivate wonder from preschool to high school.



JROTC presentation to HS Homeschool students


Parents are the best teachers for their teens so we work in tandem with families to develop their teens spiritually, academically and socially. Our progressive dual education approach takes the burden of high school at home off parents while offering students the unique opportunity to graduate with a high school diploma and a college degree. Early college courses are often a duplication of high school classes. In Georgia, college courses can count as high school classes under the new Move on When Ready dual enrollment program. Combining Georgia high school guidelines and college degree requirements, we have created a unique Tandem Education that offers two degrees, an average of 2.8 classes per quarter, teachers for high school classes and facilitators for college courses.