Creating a Zen Zone

Now that private elementary schools are back in session, your kids are going to need a dedicated place to study and complete their homework. While the dining table may be a popular choice, the noisy activity of everyone else in

Why Leaves Change Colors

Kids are naturally curious and always full of questions. During fall, those questions often turn towards the season, and many private school in Orlando students start to wonder why the world starts changing around them, especially the leaves on the

Spooky, Scary, Education!

Halloween is just around the corner, and while your children are probably looking forward to dressing up for the day at their private schools in Orlando, that doesn’t mean the holiday has to be all about costumes — it can

Set Yourself Up For Success: Study Habits

The school year is finally here, and that means classes are in full swing at your child’s Orlando private school. For kids, a new school year represents new academic challenges that can be met by studying hard, paying attention, and

Make the Most of Family Dinners

Spending quality time with the family can be tough, especially when you’re juggling work, social obligations, and the kids’ extracurricular activities at their private school in Orlando. With everyone constantly on the go, many parents are forced to sacrifice quality

Your Guide to Parent-Teacher Meetings

At Lake Forrest Prep, we feel that communication between parents and teachers is essential! That’s why families can pick their children up every day in the classroom. Parent-teacher conferences are just one more way to get to know your child’s

Weathering the Storm: Teach Your Kids About Hurricanes

Living in Orlando has a lot of benefits. We have wonderful weather almost year-round, the beach is always close by, and it’s always easy to find something to keep the entire family entertained. However, as much we love this city,

Be More Than a Bystander: Stopping Bullying

Bullying is no joke. Each year, countless kids are bullied at school, in afterschool programs, and even on public playgrounds. With bullying becoming such a prominent problem for students in both public and private schools in Orlando, it’s more important

Your Guide to After School Activities

The start of the year at your child’s Orlando private school is the perfect time to get them involved in new extracurricular activities. They’ll have fun, learn new skills, and build a strong, varied social circle with classmates they may

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