Camille Hunt Goldston is a mother of six, all of whom were homeschooled from birth until high school graduation. She is now the grandmother of six children who are being educated at home.
She holds a bachelor's degree in Political Science, studied Economics at Vanderbilt University, and first encountered classical education in 1985 through classes with the inimitable U of H Professor, the late Ross M. Lence. She continued learning about classical education from ACCS, George Grant, Wes Callihan at Schola Tutorials, James Daniels' Intellectus Conlectio, and finally with Andrew Kern of the CiRCE Institute. She joined the CiRCE Apprenticeship in 2005, is now a CiRCE certified classical instructor, and continues to work and learn in the Apprenticeship program with Matt Bianco, Renee Mathis, Buck Holler, and Andrea Lipinski.
Camille also taught classes in Ancient to Modern History, Logic, Economics, and Government for almost 20 years, and Humane Letters the past ten. She has served on the board of a classical school and spoken on classical education in many venues. She teaches high schoolers classical rhetoric through The Lost Tools of Writing in the CiRCE Online Academy. She provides Lost Tools consulting and teacher training workshops from Alaska and Texas to Long Island and Florida.
She teaches for the purpose of cultivating wisdom and virtue in her students and has no greater joy than to hear they walk in truth. Her favorite pastimes include conversations that deepen understanding, reading, teaching, travel, and especially family time.