Dr. Doug Ashcraft, Dean of the Arts, Idyllwild Arts Academy, spoke with the Boarding School Podcast about his new blog, www.artin3d.org.
While most, if not all independent schools boast small classroom sizes and cozy campus communities, there are several small boarding schools whose goal is to intentionally keep enrollment below 200 students.
Profiles of a group of boarding schools offering a range of competitive equestrian & horseback riding programs. Includes a video conversation with a riding director that explores questions families should ask as they research options.
We often hear the question, “what’s the difference between private and public school?” Here’s twenty five important distinctions that are often overlooked.
Soccer is the second most popular sport among Americans ages 12-24, according to a recent survey. Nowhere is its popularity more evident than at boarding schools.
A review of eight boarding schools dedicated to offering strategic instructional support that either focus on a specific learning issue or implement important strategies designed to help students acquire strong learning and advocacy skills.
AQ looks at the reasons for repeating a grade in boarding schools.
From single sex to coeducational, on the east coast and west coast, across the mid west and southwest, there are a variety of Catholic boarding schools that provide exceptional core values and spiritual development.
A scouting report of five boarding schools that offer field hockey at the competitive levels in single-sex and coeducational environments.
As part of her practice educational consultant Marylou Marcus, visits scores of boarding school campuses each year. This fall she made a tour of New England boarding schools that work specifically with students who have learning differences.