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    Say “Bonjour” to the Most Important Word

    Posted by on Feb 23, 2017 in Unique Course Content | No Comments

    The Most Important Word Last night, I sat down to dinner with my husband at our local French restaurant. Simply walking through the door transports you to a snug Parisian bistro. As we were eating, we began talking about the French language. My husband is a fluent French speaker, and I, of course, am a […]

    Where’s the Fun? – Excelsior Classes Value Proposition – Part Two

    Posted by on Feb 13, 2017 in Excelsior Classes Info | No Comments

    Why Excelsior Classes? In our last blog post we discussed the values of excellence and rigor which Excelsior Classes brings to the  homeschool experience. But isn’t that boring? J Where’s the joie de vivre in that? Learning should be more than just challenging and professional. It should also unleash and express enthusiasm and delight! PASSION […]

    Where’s the Meat? – Excelsior Classes Value Proposition – Part One

    Posted by on Feb 13, 2017 in Excelsior Classes Info | No Comments

    Why Excelsior Classes? Some of you may remember life when email technology appeared novel. It seemed that the internet in its incipient stage was rather empty or devoid of content. AOL and that dial-up noise was oh-so-mysterious. Fast-forward twenty years, and the entire world has changed. Education has changed with it. Virtual learning is commonplace, […]

    Who and What is Excelsior Classes?

    Posted by on Feb 8, 2017 in Excelsior Classes Info | No Comments

    There is a rather disparaging yet humorous quote about teachers that says, “Those who can, do, and those who can’t, teach.” It is a rather cheeky statement, but the truth of the matter is that superior instructors must do. Mere knowledge and doing is not enough to be an effective teacher, however. Great teachers both […]