Bona fide. Verbatim. Status quo. Carpe diem. Bonus. Extra. Versus. Vice versa. Et cetera.
You probably recognize most of these words and phrases that pepper our everyday ... Read More
This is the second installment of our two-part blog uncovering why it's so crucial for kids to receive a robust history education, and what that type of education can look like and do for our ... Read More
It’s a word that has seemed to permeate our lives this year. For many families, even Thanksgiving (or, at least, the traditional way we’ve celebrated it) is likely to be, well, ... Read More
The phrase “college admissions” commonly instigates a feeling of paralysis among both students and parents.
Some students’ reaction is based upon the fear that there are too few options, ... Read More
Here on the day of the final 2020 presidential debate, we look back on what it was that made the first debate so disastrous, and how this school is training a generation to learn how to argue ... Read More
It’s been an oft-sung refrain for countless parents over the ages, called out to children as they cavort off to whatever ... Read More
“I’m tired of living during a pandemic.”
My nine year old son sighed as he said this, wearily, before dinner tonight as we were discussing preparations for an upcoming road trip - and all ... Read More
As summer's hazy, lazy days crest their peak and begin the descent toward their final month, this season offers up a few more weeks of opportunity to sit with a good book that can challenge, ... Read More