20 Aug · Allie Griese · No Comments

How To Prevent Procrastination

As good as a kid may be, even the most accomplished students procrastinate once in a while. There may be a homework assignment they may not want to do, or a large project that seems like it’ll take hours to complete. Waiting till the last minute is never a good idea, as the student may …

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26 Dec · Allie Griese · No Comments

St. Cecelia Academic Special Programs

A Look at St. Cecelia Academic Special Programs St. Cecilia offers one of the top academic programs in the area for many different reasons. From our Gospel-centered discipleship to our International Baccalaureate status, St. Cecelia has a strong reputation for academic excellence and integrity. Along with our standard curriculum and programming, we also offer a …

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24 Dec · Allie Griese · No Comments

Five Things You Should Know About IB Schools

Five Things To Know About IB Schools Many things distinguish St. Cecelia Interparochial Catholic school from other schools. From our strong Gospel-centered philosophy to our globally-minded education strategy, St. Cecelia is a truly unique school. One of the academic characteristics of St. Cecelia that sets us apart is our status as an International Baccalaureate (IB) …

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22 Dec · Allie Griese · No Comments

Four Tips to Help Your Student During the Catholic School Year

Four Ways You Can Help Your Student During the Catholic School Year As parents, it can be difficult to keep up with your student’s workload while also dealing with your career and other obligations. However, any educator will tell you the importance of parental involvement, especially with younger kids. Today, St. Cecelia Catholic School wants …

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23 Oct · Allie Griese · No Comments

IB Programs: A Brief Explanation

An Intro Guide to IB Programs Education is much more than just learning facts and figures. To be a well-rounded person in the world today, students need the opportunity to experience education with a global focus. IB programs are one way for students to have this opportunity. If you are unfamiliar with IB programs, you …

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15 Oct · Allie Griese · No Comments

What Makes a Catholic School Stand Out

What Makes a Catholic School Different If your children are getting closer to school age, you may be wondering what type of school would be best for them. While every school has its pros and cons, Catholic schools have many features that make them stand out from the rest. If you are curious about what …

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19 Sep · Allie Griese · No Comments

St. Cecelia School: 4 Study Tips for Elementary Students

Elementary Study Tips from St. Cecelia School Study habits are important to instill early. Taking the initiative to help your kids in elementary school can help them succeed in school and in life. Today, our team at St. Cecelia have four tips on how to help your elementary-aged students start and maintain good study habits. …

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29 Jun · Allie Griese · No Comments

Catholic Kindergarten: Five Reasons Our Program Is Better Than The Others

Five Reasons Why Our Catholic Kindergarten Program Is Worth It As your child approaches kindergarten, the decision of where to send them to school becomes more pressing. It is preferable for your child to stay in the same school system for the entirety of their school career, so needless to say, the decision is a …

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23 Oct · Maryanne Del Monte · No Comments

When Is the Best Time for a Child to Learn a Second Language?

We live in a global community, with electronics and the internet connecting us more closely than ever before. Our communities are no longer contained within neighborhoods or cities but consist of millions of people throughout our country and countries all over the world. Foreign language skills are more important now than they’ve ever been before. …

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23 Aug · Maryanne Del Monte · No Comments

IB Preschool at St. Cecelia School

When do children actually begin to understand the world in which they live? When do they begin to understand that asking questions and thinking about different ways to approach learning is a good thing? When do children begin to develop the skills and confidence to think on their own and then share their thinking with …

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