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Sometimes making decisions with and for your children comes down to crunching digits. We've made the math easy, identifying the numbers you need to know.
Have you been putting off getting the bachelor's or master's degree you need to advance in your career? Come to an Open House at the Dr. Dianne G. Van Hook University Center located on the College of the Canyons Valencia campus and find out just how doable getting your degree really is!
When over 400 Legacy Christian Academy students in grades kindergarten through eighth arrive on campus this fall, they'll be greeted by more than just their dedicated, warm teachers and devoted administration staff. New tech advancements, exciting
library additions, security improvements and even a new assistant principal are also in the cards for the 2014-2015 school year.
Beat back boredom, solve the child-care conundrum and carve out some "Me, free!" time all in one swoop - because summer in the city isn't always pretty. In fact, without camp plans in place now, it can get downright ugly!
This summer, the Canyon Theatre Guild will once again offer an array of Summer Youth Workshops for youth ages 7 to 17. The desire to create can be a powerful thing for a child. For a child interested in learning theatre and the art of acting, it's important that they have a quality, hands-on educational experience.
Knowing your full range of educational resources is essential when it comes to making decisions on behalf of your child.
Education is the key to transformation and self improvement. Here's how you and the kids can get the most out of it.
After a long, hot summer, our kids aren't the only ones who could use a little re-introduction into the world of education. See how well you do on our "Best for Kids" Education Quiz! Can you answer the following questions? If not, you're not alone!
Do you remember the feeling you had when that final bell would ring and you knew school was out and summer break was official?
Santa Clarita has some of the best public schools around, but that hasn't stopped an increasing number of parents from deciding to send their children to a private or charter school. Here's a snapshot of some of the best to help you on your journey.
When you think, "improve your child's reading skills," do you think about flash cards or back flips? When you plan on ways to help your son or daughter grow their love for math, do you knit a sweater or knit your brow (and then hire a stern tutor)? Science has shown that extracurricular activities - what moms and dads in the highly-competitive year of 2012 often construe as "just for fun" - can actually build brain pathways that work to enhance academic performance. You may see higher grades after engaging your child in these activities, but the only thing they'll see is a good time (and more friends, less stress, better health...!).
This month, we're feeling grateful for summer vacation. The kids will be back to school before you know it (Hence, our Back to School preview.).
What are your plans for keeping your children occupied and mentally engaged over summer break? (Not to mention out of your hair or safely learning/playing while you are at work!) Santa Clarita is chock full of fantastic - and fun! - opportunities that can fill up a day, a week or all season. Grab your favorite pen and start making notes. Your summer plan is in your hands!
As easy as 1, 2, 3 - our back-to-school guide does the
math for you
You want the best for your kids - and for yourself! Be proactive on the education front and choose a school or program that inspires a passion for learning and a real opportunity for future success in a career - and in life.
Here is your guide to summer fun! Check out great summer activities for children and adults!
An in-depth look at some of SCV's greatest Summer Camps...
Who says you have to travel outside of Santa Clarita to continue your education? We all know how important it is to upgrade your occupational skills. And in these trying times, It's nice to know there are options close to home...
"Mom! Olive is on top of the piano again!," yells Kati, our 11-year-old incarnation of Shakespeare, before returning to her playwriting tasks. Like a professional climber driven to plant their flag at the peak, Olive-Anne, 1, can find handgrips where there are none and climb entirely vertical planes relying only on sheer will (and a complete ignorance - or is it defiance? - of the law of gravity). Meanwhile, Will, 3, is pulling at my sleeve. "Mommy, can we go swimming today?"
Do you know that your child's health has a direct correlation with how well they perform in school? Read on. You just might learn something!
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