As teens transition from middle school to a private high school, their schedules get busier and they have more responsibility. By helping them to get more organized, you will help reduce their stress and also set them up with great organizational and time management skills they can use in college. Here are three tips for helping your teen get organized:
Help Create a Schedule
Having everything your teen needs to do for school in a given week written down and scheduled can make a world of difference in their organization.
As an evangelical Christian who wants to make sure your children get an excellent academic education, you may be wrestling with a decision about where they should be schooled. You don't want to send them to a public school, as you prefer smaller class sizes, more rigorous academics and a stricter atmosphere in general. That leaves the options of homeschooling, Christian private school or secular or nondenominational private school.
There are sound reasons to send your children to a school not affiliated with any particular religion, so consider that possibility carefully.