Blog - Haywood Christian Academy
Thanksgiving and Christmas are wonderful holidays, providing opportunities for families to reconnect after a busy Fall full of school, sports, and other extracurricular activities. However, with lengthy breaks from the rigorous academic lectures and homework, it can be difficult for students to get back in the swing of school after New Years.
As we approach the end of the semester and Christmas break, we want to provide parents with resources for helping children maintain effective study habits during the holiday season.
If your child is in middle or high school, school is their full-time job. As parents leave for work at their career job each morning, a student similarly prepares for their future from early in the morning often through the evening and into the nighttime hours. Staring at textbooks and papers can be as daunting and time-consuming as any nine-to-five job, often leading to academic overload for children who are just beginning to learn how to administrate their time.
If your child is struggling with academic overload, or they are struggling to finish an assignment in a timely manner, we want to help you identify the issues and work toward solutions that will ultimately help your students thrive in their academic pursuits.
Teachers are among the most influential people in your child’s life. Educators hold the keys to information your children need to thrive and flourish in the world. Parents trust teachers in shaping the way they see the world.
At Haywood Christian Academy, our mission is to develop students into Christian leaders by providing an excellent educational experience on a foundation of Biblical truth. We could not accomplish this without our team of amazing teachers. A private Christian institution, in addition to academic instruction, HCA’s faculty are entrusted with leading students to become disciples of Jesus. In this article, we want to help parents get to know and support their children’s’ teachers. Below are # questions to ask your child’s teacher.
As the new school year begins, it brings with it a fresh sense of optimism and possibility for many parents and students. For others, it brings nervousness and concern that at some point in the semester a child will fall behind. There are many factors that may contribute to a child's success and struggles, including:
- Sleep habits
- Study methods
- Reading and listening comprehension
- Parent involvement
- Church involvement
Tutoring is not just for students who have seemingly fallen behind. Effective tutoring can help struggling students catch up and all students excel beyond expectations. In this article, we will discuss how tutoring may help your children reach and exceed in throughout the new school year.