"Where are the writing lessons you may ask? Where is the college prep? It's everywhere! Instead of reading a dozen or more assigned books, your children are likely to have read hundreds. That's how Jefferson, Scott, Stowe, Stevenson and Tolstoy learned. And as your children read, they will have pondered and asked their own questions. Their minds will be filled with ideas and their hearts will be full of desire. The secret of their success will not be in how many things they know about, but in how many things they care about. And they'll care about a lot of things."
CREATION REQUIRES HEART AND MIND ACTING IN UNISON
"Educating the mind without educating the heart is no education at all." --Aristotle
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