Amy Foote and her 10-year-old son, Nicholas, say they're happy with the changes North Hills Christian School has made toward classical education. Karissa Minn/Salisbury Post
Mary Beth Wooten, 10, explains what she has learned about the Fibonacci sequence, the mathematics behind it and where it’s found in nature.
Noah Wooten, 8, sits at a table full of materials his mother uses to home school them based on classical education. Karissa Minn/Salisbury Post
In a 2011 photo, Mary Beth Wooten stands next to a model of the human body, which she assembled at home with her father. She shared the model during her Classical Conversations Foundations class. Also on her table are maps that she uses to practice new geography memory work at home.
Noah Wooten, then 5, describes the fierceness of the biblical giant, Goliath, as he retells his favorite Bible story as part of an oral presentation exercise in his Classical Conversations weekly class meeting. Photo submitted by Kristie Wooten.