Parents battle FSA
Fourteen families are still fighting to have their children move on to fourth grade after refusing to take the FSA — a test deemed unnecessary and secretive by parents.
Keep an out out for vision issues
The inability to see clearly can affect a child’s physical, mental and social development, which in turn can affect academic and athletic performance and, ultimately, self-esteem.
Giving since 1998
To many of us, $100 million might mean buying a house beyond our wildest dreams. To Central Florida’s highest-need children, $100 million over the past nearly 18 years means so much more.
Nonprofit ready to help students in need
For more than 67 percent of the children in Orange County, the words "back to school" can be devastating since they don't have the school supplies they need.
Skills create well-rounded citizens
No matter the topic, all of my students in all of my classes are challenged to think critically about the content of the course, and how that content influences their understanding of themselves and others.
The holiday season is here, which means quality time with family and friends. It also means your little ones are out of school and looking for fun.
It’s only been 15 weeks since your child has left home, yet they’ve grown so much.
When your son or daughter left home you had to make adjustments to your life. It’s only natural that you have to do the same when they return home.
Meet Trinity Prep's top swimmer
Meet Caroline White, a top swimmer at Trinity Prep and state champion in the pool.
CEOs look for creative problem solving skills
Imagination is an extraordinary human gift and, in my opinion, not something to take lightly or waste.
How sports, music, and clubs can help your student
What if you could give your student an edge in the classroom and introduce them to a group of potential friends at the same time?
How to cope with mental illness
It’s not out of the ordinary for a new college student to exhibit signs of stress or anxiety.
Before busy days overwhelm the family, set the tone for a successful year of learning with a conversation with your student.
Plan your thoughts and limit distractions. The must cover topics: homework, teachers, and classmates.
Student Museum closes
Seminole County's Student Museum, housed inside the original Sanford Grammar School building from 1902, closed its doors this week.
Play time helps brain time
Planned activity in the form of physical education not only benefits students in the here and now, but also in the future.
Taylor shines in four sports
Taylor Kienle is a quadruple-threat at Trinity Prep.