Early Childhood Education and Language: Help Your Child Develop a Larger Vocabulary

One way in which many parents gauge their children’s development is by how advanced their language skills are. While in some cases, language is an excellent indicator of development, if your child’s language isn’t advanced that doesn’t mean they lack intelligence. Children develop uniquely in many different facets of learning and behavior. If you are …

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How St. Cecelia’s Pre-K3 Program Helps Children Prepare for Elementary School

St. Cecelia wants your child to be prepared for elementary school. That’s why we believe a fun, exciting, and rewarding Pre-K3 program is vital to your child’s love of learning later in life! Today’s blog discusses why you should consider enrolling your child in St. Cecelia’s Pre-K3 program. Related Post: Get an Early Start With …

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Learning to Study: Creating an Environment Where Your Child Can Concentrate

Developing an ideal environment where a student can concentrate on learning is a difficult endeavor in some homes. Studies show that a dedicated space where students can concentrate helps them to absorb and retain the information they are studying. Today, the St. Cecelia team will discuss what you can do to improve your student’s learning …

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What Sets St. Cecelia Apart From Other Schools?

At St. Cecelia Catholic School, we pride ourselves on being a stalwart in our community. Our faculty and staff enjoy teaching the next generation of leaders, thinkers, and problem-solvers as we provide an academically challenging and globally minded interdisciplinary education for kids up to 8th grade. In today’s blog, we talk about what sets St. …

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Does My Child Need to Be Catholic to Attend St. Cecelia?

Does my child need to be Catholic to attend St. Cecelia? Our faculty and staff get this question all the time. It’s a perfectly valid question, as we are a private Catholic school founded in 1948 and one of several supported by the Diocese of St. Petersburg. Today’s blog from St. Cecelia Catholic School answers …

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Get an Early Start With Private Pre-K3 Education

For parents looking to get the most out of their child’s education, a Pre-K3 education at a private school like St. Cecelia Catholic School can be incredibly beneficial. With Florida’s VPK program, access to a private Pre-K3 has never been more available. Learn why your child could benefit from enrollment at St. Cecelia Catholic School …

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Is the International Baccalaureate Program the Future of Education?

St. Cecelia Catholic School is the only private school that features the International Baccalaureate program in Pinellas County. We believe that the IB Program is the best education program available for helping children develop into compassionate, inquisitive, active young adults.  But how long will IB remain as the most thorough, successful education program on the …

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Learn How VPK Can Help You Afford Private School

Florida has paved the way for the rest of the country to improve early childhood education by encouraging families to enroll their children in prekindergarten education. Through the Voluntary Prekindergarten Education Program, or VPK, Florida families can help their children build a strong academic foundation. Learn how VPK can allow your child to attend a …

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St. Cecelia Is the Only Private Pre-K3 – 8th Grade IB Program in Pinellas County

Parents in Pinellas County who are looking for an excellent education for their children should consider the many benefits that St. Cecelia Catholic School can offer. In fact, St. Cecelia is the only private school in the county to offer the prestigious International Baccalaureate (IB) program for Pre-K3 through 8th grade. Learn why the IB …

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How Is Play Important for Childhood Development?

Children begin learning the fundamentals of playing when they are just a few weeks old. Some children enjoy playing games for fun, while other children will jump rope or play sports as a form of recreation. Being able to play and have fun is an intrinsic part of a child’s upbringing. Allowing children the opportunity …

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