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Online schools in Arizona

Online schools appeal to students who need to catch up on credits, accelerate their education, need a flexible schedule or enjoy learning from the...

Charter schools

Charter schools first opened in Arizona in 1995. These tuition-free public “schools of choice” have opened new learning opportunities for children across the learning...

Gifted education resources

All Schools Considered 602-686-4480 • allschoolsconsidered.com Preschool through grade 12 education consultants will assist families living in or relocating to Arizona with finding the best school...

Education resources

These experts can offer support in a range of areas, from choosing a school to tutoring in subject areas to providing enrichment during a...

Public school districts

Open enrollment means that any school, in any district, is open to any family --- assuming there is space available and you’re willing to...

What to Do If Your Child Has Behavior Outbursts When Starting Kindergarten 

A child’s transition to attending school is recognized as an important moment in life and a developmental milestone. However it can be a tough transition...

All Things Kindergarten Q&A

What you need to know about age requirements, half day or full day benefits, early entrance, and more. Answers by: Erika Copeland, Queen Creek Unified...

Help your Anxious Child Prepare for Kindergarten Success

Kindergarten will be different than anything your child has experienced before and because of that there may be a significant level of apprehension –...

Literary Resources for Early Reading Adventures

Cuddling up with your child and a good book is arguably one of the best parenting moments. It’s a time to learn more about...

8 Arizona Students Recognized as National Merit Finalists from Great Hearts Academies

Eight seniors from Great Hearts Arizona academies have qualified as National Merit Finalists. Grace Horner (Scottsdale Prep), Raywon Kim (Scottsdale Prep), Travis Santa (Scottsdale Prep), Ibrahim...

7 Tips from Early Childhood Development Experts on How to Prepare for Kindergarten

Kindergarten is one of the first steps towards formal education for children, and it can be a significant transition for both parents and their...

Freedom Traditional Academy shines in the Northwest Valley

SPONSORED CONTENT You’re invited to take a look at the premier K-8 school of choice that is outperforming all others in the northwest valley. With...

4 Things to Know About Arizona Charter Schools

Sponsored Content There are a variety of reasons you might be looking into local charter schools. Maybe you just moved to a new neighborhood and...

Phoenix Getting Prestigious New School

Arizona is getting its first Friends School, a prestigious independent education concept of which a number of former U.S. President’s children including Malia and...

How to Check in With Your Child About Their Academic Progress

By Ben Smith, the CEO and founder of Gnosis IQ Is your child falling behind in school or struggling with their academics? As schools across...

San Tan Charter School Launches Weekly Farmers Market

Ever since San Tan Charter School created its Outdoor Environment—an educational space where students learn how to grow plants, take care of animals and...

Party Articles

Out-of-the Box Birthday Party Ideas

Wanting to do something a little extra special for your child’s next birthday party? Maybe it’s a milestone birthday—like turning double digits or entering...

Party Etiquette

Whether you’re hosting a party or attending one, you may be wondering—do people really RSVP anymore? What about goodie bags, are those still a...

How to Throw a Birthday Party that Won’t Break the Bank

I remember the days when birthday parties consisted of colorful balloons, streamers, a simple cake, and the classics like musical chairs and tag with...

How to do a drive-by birthday party

As we get deeper into quarantine, people have gotten creative with birthday celebrations. One result: the drive-by birthday party.

Home pool party? Hire a lifeguard!

Drowning happens silently and quickly. That’s why children are at risk even when — and sometimes especially when — adults are nearby. Even a "designated...