Entries by Elliott de Neve

Homeschooling Through Hard Times

Relocation, deployment, miscarriages, and an injury that lead to paralysis and ultimately landed her in a wheelchair. Sharon is a homeschooling mom of four who has experienced many emotional and physical challenges in recent years. She has managed to successfully continue homeschooling by reaching out to her support network and finding ways to adapt and be grateful. […]

Secrets to Homeschool Success

Sarah Springfield has been homeschooling her children for the past 7 years. When Sarah discovered the “Morning Basket”, she reconnected with her vision for teaching and rediscovered the joy of homeschooling. To listen to our new podcast click the link below: https://www.podomatic.com/podcasts/classicalacademies/episodes/2020-03-17T08_45_20-07_00

The Enneagram and How it Applies to Homeschooling and Family Relationships

The Enneagram is a framework that offers in-depth insight to help improve personal awareness. Author and speaker, Cyndie de Neve, explains how the Enneagram can lead to better understanding of family dynamics and how it can impact your approach to teaching and learning. To listen to our new podcast click the link below:https://www.podomatic.com/podcasts/classicalacademies/episodes/2020-03-03T05_46_03-08_00

Coastal Academy High School Students Compete in Mock Trial

Students from Coastal Academy participated in a mock trial at the San Diego Superior Court in February. More than 600 students from 32 county high schools fielded teams which assume roles of lawyers, witnesses and other courtroom personnel in arguing a fictitious case. More than 50 lawyers, judges, and court staff donated their time to help […]

Student Takes 3rd Place in USC Fencing Competition

Alejandro Rocha-Schiaffino, a freshman at Classical Academy High School, recently won 3rd place in the Senior Fencing competition in the Linkmeyer Invitational USC Fencing Club. Alejandro, who is originally from Mexicali, travels the world as a cellist and maintains a 4.0 grade point average.

Classical Academy High School Teacher Receives Educator Award

Classical Academy High School Math and Computer Teacher,  Vicki Mazur, has been awarded the NCWIT Aspirations in Computing (AiC) Educator Award. This distinguished award identifies exemplary educators who play a pivotal role in encouraging 9th-12th grade students to explore their interest in computing and technology. Computing and computational thinking are increasingly important and lead the […]