Teens need a good education to shape their minds and hearts. Private schools can give adolescents an excellent moral and academic foundation. Single-sex academies can help boys grow into thoughtful, intelligent young men. However, some boys have difficulties making the adjustment. As a parent, you can ease the way by staying involved and making a few suggestions. Here are three ways you can help your son adjust to life at an all-boys private school.
23 February 2021
Private school offers children unique learning opportunities. Private schools often have greater resources and more latitude in designing effective curriculums. Many parents choose to enroll their child in the private school system to give them a clear path to academic success. However, enrolling your child in a private school is only the first step. To truly excel, your child must put in the work. Here are four things you can do to help your child make the most of private school education.
18 August 2020
While many private high schools call themselves college prep schools, how do you know if they're really helping their students prepare for the admissions process and the rigors of university courses? Graduating from a college prep high school doesn't guarantee admission by itself—the school has to provide the correct learning environment and guide students into developing the skills they need for college while also making them stand out to the college admissions boards.
26 March 2019
If you want a faith-based education but you don't have access to a local Christian college, and if you aren't sure that you want to live in a college dorm, you can still get a Christian-based education without having to sacrifice. You can earn a degree online from a Christian university. There are a lot of benefits for students that choose to get their degrees online instead of in the classroom on a college campus.
7 July 2015
You probably already know that when introducing preschoolers to the Bible, it is important to find ways to engage them so that they don't get bored with the lesson. You also know that one of the best ways to engage the students is to make them involved in the story in whatever way possible. For this reason, you should work to incorporate Bible reenactments into your lessons whenever possible. If this sounds like a good idea to you, and if you think that it is a new, interesting way to keep the children under your care entertained, then check out some of these ideas for reenactments that the kids will love participating in:
5 March 2015