Got a graduate? During this unprecedented time in world history, he may not get to see caps flying or enjoy a brunch out with all the relatives, but he will sure see all of the effort you put in to praise and honor him.
Posts Tagged: high school
Parents often ask their kids what they want to be when they grow up, but Cincinnati Public Schools (CPS) takes that question very seriously. A new initiative called My Tomorrow tackles the task of preparing high schoolers for what happens after they graduate. With a mix of rigorous academics, technology support, and strong relationships with adult… Read more »
Start early and keep on course while navigating the path to higher education.
Preparing for college is puzzling at best. These points can help your teen plan for a successful experience. Two years ago, my husband and I sent our daughter off to college. The experience was one of mixed emotions, part tearful yet we were somewhat encouraged that at least one chapter of her teen years was… Read more »
The first year at college can be a challenge for even the most studious teen – and parents! Whether going down the road or across the country, a little preparation will ease the way.
It’s not easy being new to a school and community. Help your child cope during the transition. The preceding years had been tough ones for Linda. After a year-long battle with cancer, her husband died. When she finally felt ready to begin dating, a chance reunion with Sam, her high school sweet-heart, unexpectedly led to… Read more »
The teen years are tough. Help your teen deal with the inevitability of peer pressure by learning what it’s like … again.
Cheating in school is not a new phenomenon, but the methods kids are using have changed. In an age when cell phones and the Internet are readily available, children are discovering new and ingenious ways to cheat.
In striving for better grades or holding onto good ones, high expectations – and sometimes the rigors of testing in schools – make learning centers important to parents and kids.