Teaching Your Kid To Be A Life-Long Learner
If your child has had a hard time making friends at their public school, and the friends that they do have aren't focused academically or kind, it may be time to explore other education options. A small boarding school should be a consideration.
There are a lot of different features of a small boarding school that may benefit your child academically, socially, and with extracurricular activities. Here are some of the things to consider when you are debating if the money and commute is worth the investment for a boarding school:
When my child started school, I could tell that she was naturally adverse to working hard in class. She didn't seem interested, and she was always asking how long she would have to be in school before she could quit. I realized that I needed to do my part to teach her to love learning, so I talked with her about the importance of attending school and working hard. It was hard for her to understand the issues with dropping out at first, but eventually she grew to love her studies. This blog is all about teaching your child to be a life-long learner.