The time a student spends at school is an investment. Aside from education, there are a set of skills students gain once they’ve left the classroom. These skills will prepare them to navigate the world.
Parenting teenagers is all about balance. With a new level of independence, comes a new level of responsibility. Likewise, there is a need for balance between firm boundaries and age appropriate allowances.
One of the most frustrating things about shopping for daytime care for young children is sorting through your options. Not all centers are created equal, which makes it difficult to compare them side by side, and there’s a lot more to consider than the price tag
There is a wide range of information concerning getting ready for college on the Internet, with most information leaning towards tips for being prepared. However, there is less discussion on choosing a college prep curriculum, with the focus primarily on STEM classes (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math). Usually this is done without incorporating the various aspects of proper citizenship, good student conduct, and personal discipline that it takes to accomplish
College can be scary, exciting, and stressful all at the same time. In Junior year of high school, you took important steps for getting into a great college.
Paul the Apostle said, “Now is the acceptable time” (2 Cor. 6:2). It often feels like you’ll never get out of high school; like it will never be your time to be independent.
Preparing a loved one for college can be overwhelming for both the future college student and the parents.
The challenge in fulfilling the community service requirements for your college application is finding the best fit for your situation, goals, and values.
Good college prep curriculum will include intellectual, social, and emotional enrichment for your son or daughter—and will set him or her up to be a lifelong learner.
When looking for a preschool, you must consider more than just the school’s approach to curriculum and discipline. There are big differences between your average preschool and a high-quality Christian preschool, and other qualities to look for beyond the class size and great facilities.
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