Tomorrow marks the beginning of National Catholic Schools Week that runs from January 25th-January 31st. The Catholic Diocese opened its first school in Dallas in 1874. There are now 38 Catholic schools in our area. Each campus has events planned to celebrate this special week and most offer open … [Read more...] about Catholic Schools Week
It's understandable; in this world of uber-selective private schools, that once you've secured a place for your child you want them to stay there through the tenure of the school. After all, think about the stress of actually getting them in. Who wants to go through that again? But what happens … [Read more...] about When Your Child’s Private School Isn’t a Good Fit
If you're looking into Dallas private schools for your child, be sure to stop by the Dallas Private School Preview Sunday, September 11th at St. Mark's School of Texas. The event runs from 12 to 2pm and admission is free. This is a come and go event, so no worries if you can't be there right at … [Read more...] about Dallas Private School Preview
My family and I had a discussion recently about how we each recharge emotionally. Afterward, I thought about how much that single piece alone affects a child's happiness and sense of well-being both during vacations and during the school year. How each of us recharges has a lot do to with whether … [Read more...] about How Does Your Child Recharge?
*updated July 2019 Once I learned about Semester schools, I wished I could go back in time and attend one though I'd have a tough time choosing the one. Semester schools for students are a relatively new phenomenon, the first, the Mountain School in Vermont, opening in the mid-1980s. There are … [Read more...] about Semester Schools