Real Costs of Private School

Article by: Carly Maga for, Canada’s trusted source for camps and schools. A typical morning at a private school looks something like this: kids stroll in with crisp khakis and designer blouses and wave goodbye to their chauffeurs and nannies and parents, who quickly drive off to their six-figure jobs in a new Mercedes. […]

Follow the Reader

By Staff Writer, Laura e. Crook Bookworms are making a comeback! Reading is more popular than ever, thanks to the successful movie adaptations of children’s books like Diary of a Wimpy Kid and The Chronicles of Narnia. Reading is one of the most important skills children develop. A strong reading foundation allows children to excel […]

Building Community Through Shared Experiential Learning

  Article by: Kelly Farrell for, Canada’s trusted source for camps and schools. Everyone needs moments when they step back and marvel at how far they’ve come and the deeds that they have accomplished. Events that bring the whole school together aim to create the shared euphoria of being successful together and creating shared […]

Fall Into a New Way of Learning

By Staff Writer, Laura e. Crook Try to imagine a world where every child is the same. What a boring place that would be! Every child is different, which means traditional education doesn’t work for everyone. Some kids learn best by doing, others by seeing, and others by listening. That’s where Field Trip Factory comes […]

Teachers with Technology

New pencils…New books…New technology? Millions of teachers and students in cities everywhere have hit the blacktop once again for a fresh, new school year! But, with this ever growing population of tech savvy students (and their devices) entering our classrooms, how does your technology management measure up? Do you triumph or get trumped when it […]

Moms With Apps

Learn more about iHome Educator As parent educators we wanted to leverage technology to help determine where our children needed work through automatically generated tests and grades… with engaging cross-curricular exercises. We did not want our kids to “guess” at answers, we wanted them to really work for the answer, and we required an automatic […]

How To Choose The Right School For Your Child

Article by: Hailey Eisen for, Canada’s trusted source for camps and schools. Many parents face the challenge of choosing a school that’s right for their child. With so many schools offering different environments, teaching styles and philosophies, the experience can feel overwhelming. For Barbi Benjamin Levitt and Michael Levitt, the decision to move their daughter […]

Private School vs. Public School

Private School vs. Public School: Which One is Better For Your Child? Article by:  Christelle Agboka for, Canada’s trusted source for camps and schools. Choosing a school for your child is a daunting, even stress-inducing task. With so many choices—small school or large school, school of the arts or a technology-focused school, public school […]