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5 Tips to Make Switching Middle Schools Easier for Your Child

Posted by Alexa Quinn '98 on Apr 17, 2018 7:30:00 AM

When a parent decides to enroll their child in a new school, it’s typically done for good reason. Whether you simply aren’t impressed with the quality of education your child is currently receiving, there are social issues impacting your child, or an outside factor like moving to a new town is influencing the decision, you know that a new school brings with it a slew of new opportunities for your child.

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Topics: middle school

Switching Middle Schools: How Parents Can Get Their Child Excited About the Change

Posted by Alexa Quinn '98 on Apr 10, 2018 8:00:00 AM

The middle school years are important, formative years that can have profound impact on your child's future. It makes sense, then, that sometimes parents realize that it’s in the best interest of their child to switch schools—even when their child is reluctant.

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Topics: middle school

The Impact of Class Size on Learning Outcomes in Middle School

Posted by Alexa Quinn '98 on Feb 26, 2018 3:38:02 PM

When it comes to choosing a school for your child, most parents have a checklist of things that a school must achieve to earn their confidence. Highly qualified teachers are bound to be one such requirement, as is access to cutting edge technology and a wide range of extracurriculars. But what about other specifics, like class size?

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