Springtime is on the horizon! The birds will be chirping, the weather will be warmer and we know that you’re excited to have outside outings with your family.
It’s been a wild past couple of years with Covid, and it’s time to make the most of this time on this beautiful earth that we have. This is the time to get out and enjoy God’s creation, especially since Covid and social distancing are less of a concern in the outdoors.
We know you take your children’s education seriously, and so do we. We understand that it can be hard when trying to make the best decision for your child. If you are contemplating switching schools, especially from public to private, we know it’s a process to consider carefully.
We also know that one of the biggest concerns many people have when considering private school is finances. We’re here to help you understand the benefits of a private school for your high schooler, and why it’s worth every penny.
Being a part of the “Bible Belt” and being in a state where you are sure to find a church within every ten miles, one may assume a Christian perspective on the world is woven into the very confines of our being. However, we are easily persuaded by the culture we live in.
When you are surrounded by ideologies that are specifically attached to your community, location, and country, they sometimes go unnoticed as to how they’ve become an automatic way of thinking. So how can we be sure that we’re teaching our children and students a worldview that is pure and not filtered through the lens of our society?
In some ways, just getting through until winter break or summer break can sometimes feel like a neverending slog for students. During this time, they may begin to experience symptoms of burnout and may struggle to continue to the end of the academic year.
Even though we believe that school should be an engaging experience in which students enjoy growing and learning, we recognize that there comes a time in every student’s life where school lacks the same excitement which it does during other periods.
To combat this, we would like to discuss three key ways in which we as parents and guardians can help our students in preventing second-semester burnout.