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COLLEEN LEONARD

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    Sola Gratia Classical Academy Inc.

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  1. COLLEEN LEONARD

    What Topics Would You Like to See Addressed?

    We are a co-op located in Cary, NC that has grades 1st through 9th this year. We have over 100 students. We have been finishing up the development of our formal High School Program for the coming year. We've considered at length, the way to engage High School students in a morning time. We've decided a blended model of some mornings participating with the younger students and listening in on the Chapel instruction is appropriate and beneficial to them as well as the younger students, and then other mornings we plan to split them out by gender, and have a forum type setting with socratic discussion about thought provoking, culturally relevant, and even controversial topics, led by a Teacher who can help them to see things through the lens of Faith/Truth.
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