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10 Exciting Activities For Your Kids to Stay Active and Learning Through the Summer

10 Exciting Activities For Your Kids to Stay Active and Learning Through the Summer

Did you know that by the time your child reaches the 6th grade, they will have had to relearn two years worth of material that they forgot over the summer months? On top of that, it can take your child up to two months to get their brain development back on track after summer. This is commonly known as “summer slide” – the fact that your kids will forget a portion of their learning throughout the summer months.
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5 Fun Things to Do During Spring Break in Tampa

5 Fun Things to Do During Spring Break in Tampa

Spring break is just around the corner! This year, Hillsdale Christian Academy’s spring break is the week of March 12th to the 16th. Your kids may already be itching for that week-long break from studying. With a whole five days of rest from the classroom, they’ll be needing something to keep them busy. Tampa spring break activities are plentiful. Here are five fun things to do during spring break.

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Tampa Christian School Scholarships

Tampa Christian School Scholarships

Have you ever thought about enrolling your child in a private school? Perhaps you like the idea of a Christian education, smaller class sizes, or a small school campus. There are a number of reasons why parents might consider private school as an option for their child’s education. But what about the cost? Private schools require tuition fees. How can someone afford that?

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How do I talk to my child about school safety?

How do I talk to my child about school safety?

From the friendly greeting in the morning at drop-off or the cheerful goodbye at the end of the day, the staff at Hillsdale Christian Academy in Tampa not only cares about the physical but also the emotional well-being of each student and family. Emergency or crisis situations are traumatic for everyone involved, but children are the most vulnerable. They are naturally inquisitive, and many ask questions after hearing stories about the events at other schools.

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