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Now that summer is officially over and students are back-to-school, homework begins to move into high gear. Which means establishing a routine for completing homework now will guide your child year-ro
As technology progresses and more and more textbooks are available online, lugging around those heavy books is becoming a thing of the past. In this blog we are going to take a look at the benefits of
With a 4 part series the topic of the role of Catholic school principal will be explored in light of Pope Francis’ call for missionary discipleship
Sometimes the best vacations are edu-vacations: ones that are learning experiences and don’t require much travel. Whatever you call them, you are sure to find some amazing places to visit in our very
School’s out for the summer, but that doesn’t mean that your child has to take a break from learning. In fact, it's an ideal time for exciting, hands-on activities that are so fun your child won’t eve
The countdown to the end of the school year has begun, and it can come with a mix of emotions.
Before you and your family begin the summer festivities, your child has to make it through finals. Here are some tips that you can pass on to help them get through exam time as successfully and stress
As a parent, you want to do everything you can to make sure your child is successful in his or her studies. Because we want to support you in every way we can, we’ve come up with some helpful tips for
The Science Health and Wellness curriculum in our Catholic schools is an integral part of a well-rounded education.
Not long ago, you made your New Year’s resolutions with determination, promising yourself that you would stick to them this year. How are you doing so far?
As we move through the first few months of the New Year, this is a great time to rekindle your child’s love of learning.
Odds are that you’ve heard your child say, "When am I ever going to have to use math in real life?" while doing his or her homework. You may even have said the same thing before you became an adult an
We know that you are a major influence in your child’s education, and we want to keep providing great resources for you to help your child learn at home. In this blog, we're going to look at some reso
There are so many apps available that can benefit your tech-savvy young learner, but choosing just a few is hard. That's why we’ve chosen a few of our favorites.
A celebrated 100% of Catholic school seniors in the Archdiocese of Hartford graduate, with 99% pursuing further education and training.
Kids can lose two to three months of math and reading progress over the summer vacation. Here are some ways to keep them learning during the break.
We can tell you that Catholic schools have been providing superior education for decades, but we can also show you how the results obtained by outside agencies support our claims.
Qualifying as a Merit Scholar is quite an honor, and having 15 students from the high schools in the Archdiocese of Hartford recognized in a single year is testament to the quality of education our sc
Sometimes, you may need a little help helping with homework. With this in mind, we have created a page on our website that hosts webinars covering trending and need-to-know topics aligned with our 20†
If your young learner is a reluctant reader, don’t panic and don’t give up. First, find out why your child doesn’t like to read.
A Catholic education begins at home. That said, as a parent, your role as teacher shouldn’t stop when your child begins school. In fact, the more she or he will look to you for guidance on how to live
There is so much talk about new academic curriculum standards that it could make your head spin. Sure society is constantly changing and the education system needs to change with it, but why fix what
When the Pope has his own Twitter account, you know we’re living in a digital world. On a daily basis, our children are confronted with technology from every direction: smartphones, video games, YouTu
A Catholic school education is so much more than high test scores and graduation rates — although those are certainly remarkable parts of it.
Getting an education is the basic right of every child, but having that right does not guarantee that the type of school your budding scholar attends will be the best fit for him or her.
Not only is this choice essential for intellectual and spiritual growth, but it also provides the lifelong learner with the necessary skills to excel.
The Catholic schools in the Archdiocese of Hartford believe that a rigorous, well-rounded education should be available to everyone and they welcome students of all faiths, ethnic groups, and socioeco
Why would you send your child to a faith-based school rather than a public school? How different can the education be? School is school, right?
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