Orlando

The Benefits of Theater

Did you know that students in drama build a strong foundation for future success? Between developing public speaking skills, gaining self-confidence, and learning the importance of collaborative teamwork, theater students are equipped to grow into confident and compassionate leaders. Communication Skills Students in theater build excellent verbal and nonverbal communication skills. They learn how to…


Teacher Spotlight: Joanna Welch

First grade teacher Joanna Welch loves being a part of the family at Good Shepherd Catholic School! Get to know her and her dedication to growing compassionate, lifelong learners. Where did you grow up? I’m originally from the Boston area in Massachusetts. What do you like to do for fun? When I’m not teaching, I…


Get Involved in Your Parish

Getting involved in your parish can feel intimidating, especially if you’re surrounded by new faces. The thought of introducing yourself to crowds of people, committing to different events, and attending a new small group can be stressful. But you don’t need to start big! Start by simply showing up. When you get to the point…


Present Like a Pro

It’s inevitable: every student at some point will have to give a presentation. However, public speaking isn’t something that most of us look forward to. In fact, along with heights and insects, public speaking is America’s most common fear. But it doesn’t have to be that way for your student! With these steps, you can…


Lunches Kids Can Pack Themselves

Getting ready for school can be a challenge, especially if you have multiple children to get out the door each day. However, this is also a great opportunity to teach them how to contribute and do their part! With these pack-your-own-lunch ideas from private schools in Orlando, your little ones can help make every morning…


How to Talk to Your Child About Healthy Eating

We’ve all been there — you prepare a delicious, balanced meal, and at the sight of it, at least one child bursts into tears because he wants chicken nuggets. Food struggles are a part of parenting, but you don’t have to let them rule your life! Private schools in Orlando explain that you can teach…


Stay Hydrated During Summer Sports

With the summer heat in full gear, keeping children active is a key part of supporting their growth — and maintaining your sanity as a parent! Whether your child plays soccer, baseball, or another sport, you might need help keeping her hydration levels up. With these ideas from schools in Orlando, it’s easy to keep…


The Night Before School Starts

No matter how busy your summer has been, it’s nothing compared to what the new school year will bring! A little preparation can get the year off to a smooth start.Private schools in Orlando, FL can help you create a new tradition for the last day of summer. Time for a Deep Clean Once the…


Back-to-School Bible Verses

Summer always seems to fly by, especially when you’re a child who isn’t quite ready to get back into homework, tests, and meeting new classmates. Whether your little one is struggling with anxiety, sadness, or a fear of the unknown, these Bible verses from Orlando private schools can help her trust God and lean on…


Dive Into a Summer of Service

Summer is often thought of as a time to slow down, unwind, and enjoy family time — but it’s also the perfect season to begin volunteering at your church. Take a look at the reasons why you should dive into a summer of service for the Lord! Your Church and Community Need You No matter…