8 October 2020
While many parents emphasize the importance of academics, fewer parents know how to help their children grow up feeling strong in their faith. Attending church services regularly and sending your teen to a Christian summer camp can help your child define their beliefs, but you should also consider the benefits of options such as online rhema awareness courses. Rhema courses help individuals explore their personal relationship with God and the tools of the Christian faith while creating positive Bible study habits that can last a lifetime.
22 June 2019
As a parent, you are probably hoping that your teenager will go to college. In fact, you might be wondering what you can do to help encourage your son or daughter to get a college education. A few ways that you can help with college preparation for your teen are listed below. 1. Choose a College Prep High School The high school that your child attends can have a big impact.
20 May 2017
If your son is going to attend a Catholic preparatory school next fall, then you might be interested in some of the subjects the school offers. A preparatory school is designed to get your child ready for college, so the curriculum will be heavily focused on traditional academics (as opposed to technical schools). As such, there probably won't be much focus on woodshop, electrical courses, and other such things. While most of the curriculum will be similar to secular preparatory schools, there are some differences in specific course offerings, both in terms of what classes are offered and what material is covered.
14 September 2015
If you are Protestant considering sending your child to a Catholic preschool, there are several things you should consider and questions you should ask before you commit to that school. While many Protestants have incredibly favorable experiences sending their children to Catholics schools ranging from preschool to college, others decide that isn't the right choice for them. Here are some tips to guide you: 1. Ask about theological instruction In a preschool setting, kids likely won't be studying the nuances of the Protestant Reformation or specific elements of canon law, but they will be addressing religion through a Catholic perspective.