Thinking about sending your child to a private, Christian school? Overwhelmed? We'll help you consider the options, ask the right questions, and determine a perfect fit for your family.
Teachers inspire, educate, care for, and mentor their students. We entrust our precious children to their teachers at school and hope they are educating and mentoring our children well. If you're thinking about private school options for your child and would like to get to know some of the faculty at Clapham School, watch our on demand webcast.
Many parents are intrigued with the thought of sending their children to a private Christian school but have doubts when they look at their bank accounts. We want to help parents who are considering this important decision.
Is your preteen spending too much time online? How much is too much, anyway? Parenting is not for the faint of heart! As Christian parents, we want to help our children approach digital technology with wisdom and discernment. But how do we get there?
The middle school years can be tricky for kids. Being the parent of a middle schooler can be even trickier!
Listen in and get some tips on how to make these important years a success for your child.
It's hard being the new kid at school. It may be even more difficult if your child is transitioning from homeschool to a school setting. Hear some “lessons learned” from families that have made the transition. Get practical tips about how parents and schools can work together to help students transition successfully to their new school environment.
Is your child distracted? A child's ability to focus directly correlates with his or her success and accomplishments in virtually any stage of their learning or life. Encourage good habits that will increase your child's attention span and impact their ability to learn.
If the college application process is looming large, or even if it seems light years away, there are things parents and kids can do to ease the stress and plan ahead.
Download your free College Guidance Checklist for High School Students to learn specific tasks students in grades 9-12 can do to prepare for a smooth college admissions experience.
We’ve put together a list of 20 essential skills that are helpful for your child to have experienced or mastered before they graduate from high school and likely go off to college.
Download your free tip sheet now.
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