The postive impact of christian based schools

  • Four Benefits To A Private School Education

    20 October 2020

    Of all the big decisions that you will make for your children, choosing whether to send your kids to a private school or public school can be one of the biggest and the most challenging to make. There are a number of factors to consider no matter which direction you go in, and though any child can succeed in either situation, there are certain advantages to having your child in a private school.

  • Top Signs A College Prep School Is The Best Place For Your Teenager

    25 April 2019

    High school is a very important time in a teen's life--it is a unique point in a person's life of incredible growth, and a person's high school experience can set the path that he or she may travel down as an adult. Many parents are on the fence about choosing a high school, especially if their assigned public high school is underperforming. For some families, paying tuition to attend a private college prep school may be the best choice.

  • Christian Preparatory School May Be The Answer

    26 July 2017

    It is so important that a child receives the best in education in these days. The school system often allows children to slip through the cracks, not at the fault of the teachers, but if given the opportunity children can take the easy road out. There are very good schools that continue to excel in education and extracurricular activities. One of the best types of schools that you can enroll your children in is a christian preparatory school.

  • 4 Ways To Help Three-Year-Old Child Adjust To Preschool This September

    2 September 2015

    As fall arrives, many young children are enrolling in preschool for the first time. If you have a three-year-old who will be starting a preschool program in September, they will have many adjustments to make. Here are four ways you can help them transition to life as a preschooler. Drink from a Medicine Cup During snack time, many preschools give children a drink in a small paper cup. Kids who have only previously used bottles and sippy cups may have trouble adjusting to a topless cup.