Greater Atlanta Christian School Blog

5 Reasons Your School Should Have a Garden

Posted by Greater Atlanta Christian School on Tue, Jun 20, 2023

School gardens have become increasingly popular in recent years and for good reason. There are numerous benefits to having a garden on school grounds. Here are five reasons why your school should have a garden:

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Topics: Academics, STEM, Science, project-based learning, Girls in STEM, love of learning, screen-free time, Environmental Education, Gardening

The Value of Christian Education: Finding the Right Christian School for Your Child

Posted by Greater Atlanta Christian School on Mon, Mar 9, 2020

Raising children with Christian values in a secular society continues to be challenging. The advancement of technology and the changing landscape of communications is making it even more difficult to protect children from beliefs and behaviors that don't coincide with the Christian faith.

Many parents want to ensure their kids have role models who positively influence their child's character, model empathy, serve others, and encourage him or her to utilize their God-given talents to impact the world around them. This leads many parents to consider a private Christian school where their children will be educated in a community with other families who share similar values, beliefs, and educational goals. Parents concerned with academic excellence, qualified teachers, a positive learning environment, and a safe and engaged community, should consider partnering with a private Christian school to give their child a well-rounded educational experience.

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Topics: STEM, co-curriculars, private christian school, christian schools

Engaging Girls in STEM Education and Careers

Posted by Greater Atlanta Christian School on Sat, Nov 2, 2019

Skills gained through subjects like science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) can impact the world around us, and therefore, are some of the most desirable in the present and future markets. Despite the fact that more women than men are graduating from college, fewer girls are seeking careers in STEM fields. 

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Topics: STEM, Girls in STEM