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Upcoming Ways to Enrich Your Child’s Private School Education

Fall is nearly here and there are opportunities to enrich an education everywhere you look. Encouraging your child to find something to enjoy and building happy memories in every season as the year progresses is a great way to combat the seasonal depression that nearly everyone becomes a victim of in the middle of January….

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What is the Long Term Effect of High Expectations On Your Child (Part 2)?

Intrigued by the possibility that expecting more from your child might just ensure that they achieve it? So are we. As a Christian private school, we understand the importance of instilling upstanding morals while providing a classical education that will immediately springboard them to fulfilling their full potential. If you didn’t catch the first part…

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What is the Long Term Effect of High Expectations On Your Child?

If you’re pondering sending your child to private schooling, chances are you’re concerned with the long-term success of your child and you have high expectations. Everyone has big dreams for their children from the moment they come into the world, but very few people actually help their children pursue the future that parents always figured…

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Why The Gap Year Might Be Beneficial After Private School- Part Two

If you’re joining us late, be sure to go back and catch the intro to our ideas about the beneficial uses of a gap year between high school and college. As we mentioned in our previous entry, the gap year develops the child’s prefrontal cortex which develops their worldview as well as their personality and…

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Why The Gap Year Might Be Beneficial After Private School

Some people go so far as to criticize private schooling at times, mentioning that there is a limited pool of social growth that a child can acquire when they’re submerged in a controlled environment. For several reasons, Resurrection Christian School is careful to push back against those claims, but we can also see how, even…

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Creative Ways to Further Your Child’s Private School Education

As a parent, it can be extremely hard to keep your child active and engaged in their education during the summer and other holidays. With sports and other extracurricular activities, keeping priorities straight can be such a challenge. If you’re looking to provide your child with the best opportunities as they grow into adulthood, you’re…

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The Importance of Art in Education – Part 3

In our previous blog we talked about the furthering or Christian ideals through the medium of fine arts and inspiration, in this blog, we’ll discuss the importance of a wide variety of arts and skill sets being fostered from an early age. Encourage your child’s passions by ensuring that their education features creativity and adaptive…

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The Importance of Art in Education – Part 2

Resurrection Christian School puts an ever-growing emphasis on arts education. As continued studies roll in that qualify how effective the practice of providing a well-rounded education is to enhance childhood and craft adults that won’t only be productive members of society, but virtuous members of society. In our previous blog, we discussed the various academic…

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The Importance of Art in Education

Art can appear in many forms and is one of the single most versatile ideas that humanity has managed to produce. Fine art can appear as that painting that you’re awfully attached to hanging in your entryway. It could be your favorite novel from your childhood. It could be the play you saw in your…

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Why Those Video Games Aren’t Rotting Your Child’s Brain

Games, in a general form, are as old as contemporary society. Across the globe civilizations like the Greeks, Babylonians, and the Chinese empire created games and used them as critical parts of how they acquired new information, related to other people, and developed strategies. In recent developments, there’s been a marked effort to increase children’s…

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