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Clapham Blog

Clapham School Parent

The author is a Clapham School parent who values privacy and persistently avoids a digital footprint, but at the same time is not opposed to offering help and collaborating with those who face similar struggles. Any questions about this blog may be directed at info@claphamschool.org.

Recent Posts

Summer 2020 Reading Suggestions

It is that time of the year again: cold snow turns into humid days, dark mornings turn into long, bright days, and strenuous school hours turn into carefree leisure time. Every year the Clapham community put their heads together and come up with...

Clapham School's 2020 Washington DC Trip

Written by Heidi Thomason

A lot happens at Clapham that parents are not privy to, and the Washington D.C. Trip is just such an event. Fortunately parent volunteers can be our eyes and ears on the ground. One of these parent volunteers, Heidi...

2020 Senior Thesis Preview: Caleb Logan

The following quote came to mind as I worked my way through editing this post on Caleb Logan's Senior Thesis. 

 

“A man who works with his hands is a laborer; a man who works with his hands and his brain is a craftsman; but a man who works with...

Senior Thesis Preview 2020: Josie Shurba

We are all trying to make sense of the world around us. We analyze events, categorize people, and try to predict their future behavior. This need for control has led to the creation of a subfield in psychology called Personality Psychology. This...

Senior Thesis Preview 2020: Adam Gaddy

It's that time of the year again -- the month of May, when the Seniors of Clapham School display an important outcome of their schooling. The defense of their Senior Thesis is a rite of passage that ushers these well deserving studnets into early...

In Honor of a Distinguished Scholar: Senior Story

As Clapham parents, we put our confidence in a private, classical Christian school because at a gut level, we have the sense that this type of education will best shape our children for their future ahead, not only in their academic capabilities,...

5 Tips to Prevent Back and Neck Strain During E-learning

It has been roughly a month since my children started e-learning. Everyone has a semi-quiet place to do their daily work and online classes. Each child sits in a comfortable chair, and their computers are on their desks. I thought all was well,...

6 Points to Ponder as Christians Face Coronavirus

 

On Friday the 13th, it hit me. This could be the start of a horror movie: Corona Apocalypse.