A long standing tradition of our EY4 program has b[...]
Parent and Teacher communication is a very important part of the private school experience at SIA. We are one of the
In the wake of the worldwide pandemic, disruption to education occurred in record numbers across the globe. As a result, many schools and educators were forced to find alterna[...]
Learning at home can be difficult for some children, but it can be even more challenging for parents—especially for those who have no previous teaching experience or training [...]
As adults, we probably take our fine motor skills for granted most of the time.
The “early” in Early Childhood Education is genera[...]
Moving can be a very stressful experience for young children. Making new friends, meeting new teachers and getting used to a new routine.
When getting ready to relocate to [...]
One of the greatest things about being a Jewish Day School, a member of the Virginia Association of Independent Schools, as well as an
When considering whether to enroll your child in a private school versus sending them to a public institution, there are a number of factors that may help you decide. For one,[...]
When it comes to truly shaping young minds, a report by Americans for the Arts found that young people who regularly participate in the arts are more likely to be recognized f[...]
Strelitz International Academy recently held an International Baccalaureate (IB®) Professional Development Day for the whole school, led by
SIA returned from Winter Break to a whole school Spirit Week from January 5th through 8th, culminating in the Day of Giving on January 8th hoping to inspire parents to partici[...]
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