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5 Tips to Improve Your Chances of Getting Accepted to a Top NJ Private School

The admissions process to get into a private school can be competitive, especially when that school is well recognized and highly accredited. Although each school has a set of expectations and requirements that is unique to its culture, there are certainly things that private schools look for across the board. Cedar Hill Prep is proud to be in the top 10% of schools in New Jersey and strives to inspire ...
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Anjalee’s Advice: 9 Ways You Can Help Your Child Make Real Friends

Has your child ever come to you saying, "I don't have any friends at school!" or "Nobody likes me!"? Perhaps your child cannot (or will not) articulate her worries and concerns about her social life but has become more moody, self-critical, and withdrawn, or doesn't want to go to school in the morning. These can all be signs that your child might have trouble making and keeping friends. As a ...
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The Human Project: Our Philosophy on Bullying

Bullying has been a hot topic throughout recent years with celebrities and lawmakers rallying behind the cause, calling for a change in the way we treat people, particularly in the classroom and on social media. At this point, it has become the standard for every school to have a bullying policy in place. These approaches range from the 3 Strikes Policy to the Zero Tolerance Policy where students will face ...
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Why the Best Students Need Art

Over the past five years or so, K-12 curriculums in the United States have shifted toward the Common Core, focusing on subjects such as reading and math. The questions is, do these new standards leave room for art in the classroom? There are certainly some who may consider the arts to be extraneous, but creative learning truly builds a strong foundation for child development. Learning how to work with your ...
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5 Ways to Instill Gratitude in Your Child

Although the winter holidays are behind us, showing gratitude – for both adults and children – is just as important now than ever before. Here are five simple tips (effective year round) that can help instill your child with a life-long understanding of gratitude: Instill Gratitude in Your Child - Say "Thank You" One of the simplest, yet most powerful ways to help teach a child to understand, feel, and ...
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