Category: Education

Ellen’s Book Nook —February 2018

By Guest Blogger Ellen Lloyd “Winter, a lingering season, is a time to gather golden moments, embark upon a sentimental journey, and enjoy every idle...

Win a Six Month Subscription to Surprise Ride (a $119+ value)

Enter to WIN a six months subscription to Surprise Ride! Surprise Ride delivers hands-on, science and art project kits to promote screen-free learning. Kits include all...

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...

Triad Private Schools Directory

Updated by Rachel Hoeing If you are considering a private school for your child, there are many factors to consider. Are the academics top-notch? Are the classes a good...

June 25 – 28, 2018: College Prep Boot Camp

College Prep Boot Camp Website: collegeprepbootcamp.blogspot.com Camp Location: Fairway Mortage Meeting Space 514 South Stratford Road, Winston-Salem, NC Dates: June...

Writing a Better College Essay

By Laura Simon Friends with teenagers, do you know what’s approaching? College. And in between your child and college is one MAJOR stepping stone: the admissions...

Triad Area Preschools

Updated by Sarah Blackwell If you are searching for a preschool in the Triad area, our list below will quickly become your best friend. Just about every preschool on our...

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...

New Programs and Exhibits at Kaleideum

By Guest Blogger Leigh Ann Woodruff The New Year has brought new programs and exhibits to Kaleideum. If your family has not visited in a while, it’s time to check out...

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...