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Posted on September 21, 2015

Learning doesn’t have to take place within a classroom with four walls and desks. This is especially true at Evansville Day School. At Day School we are not only fortunate to have a 40-acre forest with trails for our students to get out and explore, but we also provide students with opportunities to learn and grow off campus.

Posted on September 11, 2015

Learning French increases your appreciation of other people and their cultures and gives you a greater global understanding of the world. French is the first or second language in 57 countries and territories and is spoken by approximately 274 million people. Total French speakers will number approximately 500 million people in 2025 and 650 million people by 2050.

Posted on July 10, 2015

The Top Five Questions to Ask Admissions

Let’s be honest, when it comes to finding the right academic fit for your child, pretty brochures, lofty language and bland statistics simply do not give the full picture.  Each student is an individual and should be treated as such.  The task of preparing a child for college may seem overwhelming to parents, particularly those seeking the right questions to ask when speaking to the admissions office.

Posted on May 21, 2015

At Evansville Day School, the music instructors believe that music is more than just sound and lyrics, music is interdisciplinary and multi-faceted.  Read the article below which encompasses the true feelings of Marilyn Lankford, Dona Hayden, and Steve Greenwell, the gifted music instructors at EDS.

Posted on April 22, 2015

by Karen Meacham, PreK Educator at Evansville Day School

Posted on April 17, 2015

“What matters most in a child's development is not how much information we can stuff into her brain in the first few years. What matters, instead, is whether we are able to help her develop a very different set of qualities, a list that includes persistence, self-control, curiosity, conscientiousness, grit and self-confidence.”

- How Children Succeed: Grit, Curiosity, and the Hidden Power of Character by Paul Tough

Posted on March 13, 2015

Learning how to read can be exciting and rewarding.  Road signs, menus, magazines, and so many other things that you have been seeing for years start to make sense and actually tell you something!

Posted on January 13, 2015

It’s an experience familiar to everyone.  You are trying really hard to concentrate on the task at hand and then, boom, your thought process is rudely interrupted by those pesky distractions of the day.  What am I going to fix for dinner?  Is that a siren I hear?  I really should have worn another shirt today.  How long before the bell rings? 

Posted on December 12, 2014

Each year parents across the US spend millions of dollars hiring tutors for their children. It is a frequent topic of conversation when parents gather at school and play dates, and one that is asked often of teachers and administrators. Prior to committing the time and financial resources to tutoring, the underlying needs should be considered carefully and thoughtfully.

Posted on November 18, 2014

Thoughts from @HOSatEDS

The best schools think backwards.  They intentionally and thoughtfully paint a portrait of a graduate and build around that vision in programming, technology, staffing, and fostering of community.

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