Category: Middle School

Finding The Right School

By Guest Blogger Kelen Walker, Admission Director, Canterbury School As the admission director at an independent school, I believe that independent schools offer an...

The Joyful Journey of Education

By Guest Blogger Melissa Kinsley, St. Leo Director, Communications & Admissions As you look for a school for your child and sift through the various options...

Feb. 6, 7 & 20, 2018: Admissions Open Houses at NGFS

At NGFS, curriculum is more than just core. They believe in educating the whole child, and their program supports the social and emotional growth of students in...

Feb. 6 & 22, 2018: Our Lady Of Mercy Open Houses

Our Lady of Mercy Open Houses February 6th from 5-7 pm February 22nd from 9 am-Noon Our Lady of Mercy School, 1730 Link Rd, Winston Salem, NC 27103 Curious to see what...

Feb. 15, 2018: Noble Academy Community Open House

Community Open House Thursday, February 15th from 9-11 am Noble Academy, 3310 Horse Pen Creek Road, Greensboro, NC 27410 If you are interested in learning more...

Parenting Resolution 2018: Life Skills

By Guest Blogger Nancy Tuohy, Director of Advancement at Summit School, and mother of two The book, How to Raise an Adult by Julie Lythcott-Haims, is one of the most...

Why and How to Talk About Race with Your Children

By Guest Blogger Frank Brown, Director of Diversity, Inclusion & Outreach at Forsyth Country Day School Does talking about race make you uncomfortable? You’re not...

Arrival of the Mean Girls

By Guest Blogger Kristen Daukas You never know exactly when it happens. It just does.  From the day she started school, your daughter has always had a big circle of...

Jan. 22, 2018: Middle School Exploration Day

Middle School Exploration Day at Forsyth Country Day School Ready for what’s ahead? Students in grades 4-7 are invited to spend an exciting day at Forsyth Country...

The Cost of Cheating

By Guest Blogger Lisa Doss Over the past couple of years, I have found myself instilling the same message in my daughter, as I once said to my middle school students:...