Host a Scholé Retreat!
Here are the resources to help you host a restful retreat.
Host a Scholé Retreat in Your Own Town
The Scholé Groups Network has created a retreat template and handbook to help you host a vital, meaningful retreat for classical homeschool educators in your town or region. Have a look at the videos below that feature interviews with the planners of the retreat, actual presentations and discussions, and several testimonials of women who attended the retreat. We can help you plan and host a similar event!
Planning a Scholé Retreat
What Sets a Scholé Retreat Apart?
How to Help Others Host a Retreat
Conceptualizing and Planning the Retreat
What We Hope People Will Take with Them
What Will Make the Retreat Distinct?
How to Arrange the Retreat
What Does It Mean to Be a Scholé Muse?
What Attracted You to Joining a Scholé Group?
The Value of ClassicalU.com Training
What Does Scholé Mean to You? Part 1
What Does Scholé Mean to You? Part 2
Scholé Retreat Presentations and Discussions
Odysseus and the Sirens–Jennifer Dow
Orpheus and the Sirens–Brooke Diener
Dante and the Sirens–Kathy Weitz
Holy and Unholy Curiosity–Chris Perrin
Panel Discussion 1
Panel Discussion 2
Panel Discussion 3
Panel Discussion 4
Poetry Reading and Contemplation
Testimonials by Those in Attendance
The Retreat Gave Me a Needed Boost
The Breakout Discussions!
A Sabbath for Myself
Modeling for Our Kids
Why Someone Should Come
Application of Studying a Great Book
Thinking Hard, Digesting Great Books
Time for Reflection!
Why Homeschool Tutors Should Come
Enjoyed Diving In
We Can’t Inspire if Our Well Is Empty
Just What I Needed!
Interested in hosting a Scholé Retreat in you town or region?
Send us a note here and we will get back to you with some further information about how you host a Scholé Retreat sponsored by the Scholé Groups Network.