Make Learning Fun: Educational Places to Visit This Summer

Finding fun, family-friendly excursions to go on with both young and older kids during the summer can be a challenge. You want to supplement their education from the premier private schools in Orlando, but it’s important to make sure they’re

Sun, Sand, and Science

Here in Orlando, we’re lucky to live so close to the beach that making summer trips to the sand and surf is as easy as hopping in the car. Though playing in the waves and building sandcastles are excellent ways

Dealing With School Anxiety in Young Children

Heading back to school after summer break means meeting a new teacher, making new friends, and sometimes transitioning to a new school building. Young children may find this process a bit scary and intimidating. Our staff recognizes that school anxiety

Turn Your Backyard Into a Waterpark

There’s no denying that summer in Orlando is incredibly warm, leaving most families seeking refuge in the air conditioning. Fortunately, there are more ways to cool off during the heat of the summer than settling in front of the television.

The Importance of Summer Camps

Summer is finally here, and finding a way to keep your kids entertained throughout the summer months can be a challenge. While it’s easy to let kids spend hours watching television or playing video games, it’s not the only option.

Keep Your Household Organized

Having a cluttered home not only poses the danger of tripping on an object, but it can also be a source of stress. Parents can recruit their children, and together the family can take steps to becoming a little more

Preparing for High School

Colleges will look at a student’s entire high school career during the admissions process, which is why it is essential for students moving up to high school to take time to prepare themselves for the next four years. The staff

What Style of Learner Are You?

Not all children learn the same way. Back in 1992, Neil Fleming came up with the VARK model, which categorizes students as one of four different types of learners – visual, auditory, reading and writing, and kinesthetic. The experts at

Get Dirty: Why Your Kids Should Be Gardening

While winter has its charm, spring is definitely an exciting season. Temperatures begin to rise, and flowers start to make their appearance. The Orlando private school professionals at Lake Forrest Prep know how important it is for kids to spend

Spring Has Sprung: Family-Friendly Activities in Your Own Backyard!

After being cooped up all winter, your kids will be itching to get outside and have some fun. Fortunately, there are plenty of spring activities that the entire family can take part in, right in your own backyard. To encourage