"Trust in the Lord with your whole heart and lean not on your own understanding..." - Proverbs 3:5
Often There are countless benefits for students who attend private schools. But students are not the only members of the community that experience those benefits. Private school is also a healthy and happy place for teachers and staff.
Parenting is hard. You have a lot to juggle between school, work, activities, family, and friends. And all of this while you’re working hard to raise smart, confident, and well-behaved children. While you learn to juggle this busy life, it’s easy to forget that some of the most influential forces in your children’s lives are the things they observe happening in your own life. Here are a few parenting tips regarding the ways in which children learn habits - good and bad - from their parents.
Parents these days are busy, between juggling full-time jobs and managing the busy lives of their children it’s become more and more difficult to tackle it all. But we know that you care very deeply about your children's education. So here are some tips on how busy parents can keep up with their busy children’s education.
We’ve seen this time and again, your student is in the 6th grade, she’s been going to school with the same kids since kindergarten, and suddenly things start going downhill socially or academically. But what is there to do? You know your current school isn’t giving her what she needs, but won’t moving her be too traumatic? Is it too late in the game to make this transition?
St. Barnabas Episcopal School is an accredited private school located in DeLand, Florida.