For students, families, and educators, the transition to “back to school” this fall comes with new challenges. Many children struggled or fell behind last year due to COVID-19, school shutdowns, and remote learning challenges.
We are well into summer and you have probably enjoyed family time and vacations. Unfortunately, summer is also a time when your child can lose some of the academic gains he or she made in the last year. After the upheaval we experienced in the last year due to COVID-19, it is more important than ever to help your child prepare for the upcoming academic year.
Summer camp exposes children to new ideas and skills. While it is fun to make a bird feeder out of pine cones or learn martial arts moves, activities like these can also help develop your child’s brain and coordination. Children will be able to stretch their creativity and imagination while participating in summer camp activities.
With schools completing the spring semester virtually and many parents working from home, daily routines and normal habits are a thing of the past. Read on to discover helpful tips and ideas for practicing social distancing with your family.
This year, we are offering the Summer Program online – an elite educational opportunity with over 110 courses and 75 college prep courses. This beloved summer program is now accessible to students everywhere!
The competition to get into college is tough. One thing that can differentiate students is their involvement in math competitions and mock trials. We look at two programs at American Heritage School and how they can help students shine.