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Power Up: Snacks for Studying

We want the exam to be a piece of cake, but we don’t want our students to study with a piece of cake! Take a look at some of the best brain foods for your student to snack on while she studies. Ants on a Log This long-time favorite is the perfect study snack. Crunchy […]


Spotlight on Resurrection

At Resurrection Catholic School, a private school in Lakeland, FL, students take advantage of real-world learning opportunities to develop their critical thinking and problem-solving skills. Through a Christ-centered education and active, intercultural experiences, students grow into respectful, compassionate leaders who make the world a better place. The Campus Located on the 20-acre grounds on the […]


Catholic Schools Week

Private schools in Lakeland, FL are so excited to kick off Catholic Schools Week! Take a look at our incredible schools and what we have to offer. Resurrection Catholic School Open House Dates: Sunday, January 27 from 9:00-noon Tuesday, January 29 8:30-10am Did You Know? Located on the 20-acre grounds on the Church of the […]


STREAM Projects We Love

At Lakeland private schools, we believe it’s important to not only incorporate STREAM into our academic foundation, but into our students’ lives outside of school as well. Take a look at a few of our favorite STREAM projects that you and your child can do at home! Salt Rainbows What You Need: Salt Red, yellow, […]


Faithful Resolutions

When it comes to New Year’s Resolutions, many of us fall back on the classics: “I’m finally going to lose weight!” “This year, I’m going to eat healthier and work out more.” “I have a plan to spend less and save more.” While these are all great resolutions, why not consider a faith-based resolution as […]


New Year, New Study Habits

The turkey’s been eaten, the Christmas tree has been taken down, and the ball has dropped in Times Square. That can only mean one thing: it’s time to go back to school. Cue the groans from children and cheers from parents. As much as your children may be anticipating the new school semester, it’s important […]


DIY Advent Wreath

Amidst the chaos of December, it can be easy to lose sight of the reason for the season, but an Advent wreath is a great way to remind your family and children what Advent is really about. It’s also simple to make your own Advent wreath to place in your home! Take a look at […]


Keep An Organized Backpack

There’s one thing all parents know for sure: children and cleanliness don’t typically mix well. If your child’s backpack has gotten out of hand, the middle of the year is a great time to start over and implement some new organizational strategies. Here are a few ways to tackle the mess! Is It The Backpack? […]


Celebrate Advent as a Family

The Christmas season might be the most wonderful time of the year, but it’s also the busiest. With everyone running in different directions, it can be hard to get the family in one place to celebrate Advent and remember the meaning of this season! This year, we have suggestions to help you and your family […]


What’s Your Student’s Learning Style?

Have you ever tried to help your student with her homework, only to make her even more distraught? This can be a frustrating situation for both students and parents. However, it’s possible that you simply aren’t presenting the information in a way that’s conducive to her learning style! Everyone learns differently, and your learning style […]