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Making The Transition To Private School: Preparing Your Teenager For Life In The Dorms

18 May 2016
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If your child is a teenager and they have decided that they want to attend private boarding school, you can make their transition to private school easier. It's important to remember that they will be leaving all of the comforts of home behind and embarking on a journey that will give them more freedom than they are used to. While there will be plenty of staff to keep your student safe, they will be moving in with other students and living in a much larger community than in your home. Read More …

3 Reasons Why a Smaller School Can Be Better for Your Child

29 March 2016
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You obviously want to choose the best possible school for your child. You might think that a larger school will be a good thing since the size might indicate more funding. However, in many cases, a smaller school is a better choice for students. These are some of the perks that your child can enjoy if you send him or her to a school with fewer students, such as a private school. Read More …

3 Ways To Help Your Child Pass A Standardized Test

17 March 2016
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For your child, Spring does not just mean a temporary break from school. It also means that it is standardized test taking season. Unfortunately, in many states, if your child does not pass the test, he or she could possibly be withheld a year. Here are some ways that you can help ensure that your child is ready to take on testing at his or her school. Get a Tutor Read More …

Want To Play Hockey? Consider Attending A Boarding School

17 March 2016
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When it comes to your education, there are many factors to keep in mind as you consider possible schools. If you want to not only receive a quality education, but play competitive hockey, then enrolling at a boarding school might be your best option. Here are three reasons why boarding schools can be beneficial in helping you advance your hockey career in the future. 1. Boarding schools typically have more qualified coaches. Read More …

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Success at School

A few years ago, I earned a graduate degree in English education. During my coursework, I was required to spend hundreds of hours in middle school and high school classrooms. As a result of this requirement, I learned many successful teaching strategies from veteran teachers. For instance, I discovered that teachers often create fun projects students can complete in groups. When working in groups, students benefit from their classmates’ strengths. I also learned several strategies to control student behaviour. On this blog, I hope you will discover a few, simple ways to improve your middle school and high school students’ interest in course material. Enjoy!

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