Recent Blog Posts

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How Genes Affect Child Psychology

June 25, 2018

While some might say that it takes a village to raise a child, recent studies on epigenetics suggest that there are some things that are out of the village’s control and more about the genes that could get modified without meddling with the genetic code. While there are plenty of factors that will affect development…

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Furthering Your Private Education Outside of School

June 21, 2018

There are so many ways to raise a child and, as they say, “it takes a village.” Thus, pursuing educational activities that are still fun and enriching throughout the entirety of your summer is almost a necessity. Your private education for your child is a crucial piece of the kind of person your child will…

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Creating Your Northern Colorado Summer Bucket List ( Part Two)

June 14, 2018

Resurrection Christian School is here because of our absolute passion to create the scholars and successful people of tomorrow.  We understand that it’s important to keep the mind active and display real-world application of the core knowledge that they’re building up. While a bored mind can accomplish much, sometimes family time and summer activities just…

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Creating Your Northern Colorado Summer Bucket List

June 7, 2018

If you recently relocated to Fort Collins in the winter or this less than lively spring, you have yet to experience the real Fort Collins. If you’re a local and you think the town has become boring and dried out, you’ve probably only touched the tip of the iceberg. Fort Collins and all of Northern…

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Helping Your Child Make The Right Friends & Build Social Skills

May 14, 2018

Learning social skills is an important part of your child’s development. As a parent, you want to see your kids not only make friends but make friends that will be good influences and encourage them down the right path. If you have a child who struggles to make friends or tends to spend most of…

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Reinforcing Important Values During The Summer Months

May 11, 2018

If you have your child enrolled at our Christian school in Loveland, you get to enjoy the benefit of having important values reinforced daily in the classroom in your child’s life. Values — such as honesty, kindness, compassion, humility, and more — are all a major component of their day-to-day studies. When school lets out…

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Creating Open Lines Of Communication With Your High School Student

May 7, 2018

High school can be a wonderful time during which you watch your child transition from adolescent to adult. It can also be a challenging time of change for your child as they navigate the complex waters of teenagehood. The best thing a teenager can have in their life during the highs and lows is a…

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Preventing The Summer Slump – Staying School Ready

May 3, 2018

When school lets out, it is time for summer fun to begin. Your children probably eagerly anticipate this time of year-long summer days perfect for hanging out with friends and the freedom of making their own schedule. While a summer break is a great time for your child to recoup from a busy school year,…

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The Benefits of a Summer Job For High Schoolers

April 4, 2018

Summer is a great time for your children to take a break from school, relax, and spend time with their friends and the family. Giving your child a break from school and allowing them to spend the summer having fun is a good way to help them not get burnt out. But as your children…

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Ways to Help Your Children Finish the School Year Strong

March 29, 2018

It is hard to believe that summer break is just two months away as we continue to see sporadic snowstorms in Northern Colorado in this last week of March. But summer is, in fact, right around the corner and your children are likely getting excited. As the days pass by, your kids will be itching…

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