April is World Autism Month, and people, organizations and even buildings the world over are donning blue as a sign of support for sufferers of the condition. As a teacher, recognizing that a student has a mental disorder and helping them navigate school and schoolwork with their condition, can be an overwhelming task. Sometimes the […]
There’s a famous quote that the Internet attributes to Albert Einstein. It goes something like this: “Everybody is a genius. But if you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, it will live its whole life believing that it is stupid.” It’s not entirely verified if Einstein actually said this, but there’s […]
While some of you might be engaged in more extra-curricular activities than you can count off of your fingers, some of you might just as well be struggling to think of one. Either way, we’ve gotten some inside info for you on what college admissions officers are really looking for.
We know that with the exams coming to an end, you’re looking forward to a break. But do you really want to waste all your summer weeks away? Find out how you can make the most out of your summer holidays, and get back to school an edge above the rest!
Changing schools is stressful and children often end up dealing with the pressure all alone. Here’s how you as parents can help make the transition a little easier.
There’s no denying the pressures of high school. There’s also no one single formula that makes it all easier. So we’ve put together some valuable advice on dealing with the stress of high school – advice that will stick for a long time after school.