Parenting Tips: How to React When Your Child Hits in Preschool

One phone call parents hope they never receive is from a preschool to report that their child hit another child in class. While your first instinct may be to discipline your child about their behavior, it’s important to stay calm and take the time to make it a teachable moment. St. Cecelia Interparochial Catholic School …

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Creative Leadership Activities for Middle School Students

Middle school is a crucial time for students to develop essential skills that will shape them into future leaders. It’s a stage where they start to form their identity and understand the importance of their actions. As educators and parents, it’s our responsibility to guide and encourage them to become confident, responsible, and effective leaders.  …

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How Private School Education Prepares Your Children for Adulthood

One of the reasons why more families are choosing to enroll their children in private school is the belief that their children can better prepare for their coming adulthood with private education. At St. Cecelia, we believe that our curriculum is perfect for preparing students for high School, college, and beyond. Today, our team will …

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The Many Benefits of Extracurriculars for Middle School Students

Middle school can be a challenging time for many students as they navigate through academic responsibilities, social pressures, and personal growth. In the midst of all this, extracurricular activities may seem like a secondary priority. However, these activities can actually play a crucial role in a middle schooler’s development, preparation for high school, and overall …

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Education For All: Step Up For Students Now Offers Scholarships Regardless Of Income

Step Up For Students, a nonprofit organization dedicated to expanding educational opportunities for low-income families, has recently announced a game-changing update to its scholarship program. Now, regardless of income, all Florida K-12 students are eligible to receive scholarships for private school tuition.  This means that families who may have never had the opportunity to consider …

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More Than ABCs and 123s: The Benefits of a Christian Preschool

Are you considering enrolling your child in a Christian preschool? If so, you’re making a wise choice! A Christian pre-k program has so much to offer your little one—far more than the typical ABCs and 123s.  Such an environment provides your child with a solid foundation of education, social and spiritual development, and life skills. …

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Homework Hassles? How a Consistent Routine Can Help Your Middle School Student

Are you feeling overwhelmed by your child’s homework? Are you struggling to get them to stay on task and make sure their assignments are turned in on time? Getting your middle school student into a good school routine is the key to success and can help alleviate the stress of homework. In this blog post, …

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How to Get Ahead in School Over the Summer

Are you looking for ways to help your child get ahead in school over the summer? Often summertime is when children begin to lose some of what they studied over the past year. With a few simple strategies, however, it’s possible to give your children a head start on their academic journey instead! With targeted …

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5 Smart Ways to Save Money for Tuition to a Private School

Sending your child to a private school has many benefits, such as small class sizes, individualized attention, and access to specialized programs. However, with these benefits often come hefty price tags that can add up quickly.  For families who are considering or already have enrolled their child in a private school, saving money on tuition …

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How to Prep Your Middle School Student for the Start of High School

High school is often a whole new world compared to the structure and safety of middle school. Preparing your middle school student early can help them be successful once they begin life as a high school student. Here are some ways you can prepare your middle school student for what lies ahead, and help them …

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