Here we go! It's been a while, and I had this article lined up for so long I wanted to post it (finally). I'll make it relatively painless. This is my take on scheduling and planning, from someone who actually (somewhat) enjoys it. I think we all know why we need a schedule, so let … Continue reading My Take: Scheduling and Planning
This seemed like a quick decision, and it pretty much was. Don't worry, though; we put some thought into it! I have been attending a public high school for about three weeks now. Three weeks ago, coming home from church, my mom announced that she wanted me to go to a public school. And that … Continue reading Why I Quit CC and Joined a Public High School
This is breaking news. I quit Classical Conversations Challenge I. And I joined a public school. Have I turned to the darkside? Stay tuned for a longer article on the good, the bad, and the ugly of public school and CC, and what influenced my decision to make the switch!
Challenge I week 3: drafts, documents, and debate.
Weeks 1 and 2 of Challenge I: confusion, cashews, and curriculums.
Here's why I think you should give up now. It's surprisingly rewarding.
You know how it is: looking up at the clock, hardly believing the time; staring at unchecked boxes on your planner; realizing it's time to go to community day now. It seems like all the challenge students I know, including myself, struggle with getting assignments done. Is there a way to make this happen? I … Continue reading How to Get Assignments Done