It’s morning, and the warm sun wakes you as it slowly spills onto your pillow. Outside the window lies the village of Turriabla, Costa Rica — full of lush, green farms, a towering volcano, and sparkling Caribbean coastline.
Today, we’re headed to a local school where we’ll work on our Spanish language skills and help children
Gentlemen, we have a problem.
No, not the kind that requires a meeting in a parking lot later this afternoon and ends with at least one bloody nose.
This is a problem far more serious.
We are losing touch with the outside world. Our one and only world.
Now before I continue, I must confess that I consider myself
We know that young people who experience certain formative life lessons before they are launched into independence have a considerable advantage over their peers.
These lessons are not the ones measured by SAT or ACT scores. They are not lessons learned by being plugged into an electronic medium for hours a day. They can only
Spring is on the horizon. Once again students and parents will have to choose what the best use of your child’s summer vacation will be. How can you get the most out of those 10 short weeks? How do you prepare your child for college life and beyond?
Finding the right experience developmentally for your child