Back to School Jitters?

Back to School Jitters?

No matter what grade your child is going into, back-to-school jitters are entirely normal. But there are ways to help ease your child’s justified anxiety. It’s common for students to feel anxious when they are starting at a new campus, they are unsure if their friends...
An Amazing Summer Celebration

An Amazing Summer Celebration

On Saturday, July 28, summer families from all three of our P-8 campuses joined us at Fairmont Anaheim Hills for an amazing Summer Celebration! While it was just a tad warm, we cooled down with KONA Ice, spun beautiful art, played with puppies, velcroed ourselves to...
Summer Reading List for Incoming 3rd Graders

Summer Reading List for Incoming 3rd Graders

Your child is going into the third grade, and while they still love picture books, they’ve mastered some advanced reading skills and are reading for chapter books. This reading list contains a healthy combination to keep your child engaged and visiting his or her...
PREPing For a Great Season

PREPing For a Great Season

Fairmont Preparatory Academy is known for its excellence in academics. However, their sports program is also thriving which can be attributed to their top-level coaching staff and student-athletes. An example of this is Joedy Gardner hired in 2016 as head coach for...
Private Versus Public Education is One Really Better?

Private Versus Public Education is One Really Better?

The private versus public high school debate has been an ongoing discussion across living rooms throughout America. Is one really better? Although both have their pluses, a clear winner has emerged in recent years. In June 2002, the National Center for Educational...
The Importance of Art in Child Development

The Importance of Art in Child Development

Summer is a wonderful time for discovery, and encouraging creativity in your children is a vital part of their development. Imagining, trying new ways of doing things and experimenting help develop critical thinking in children and foster creative problem solving....

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