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AFS Preschool Program

Five Questions Every Parent Should Ask Before Selecting the Perfect Preschool Program

Are you considering enrolling your child in a Preschool? If so, you need to know that not all Preschools are the same and the benefits of a Performing Arts Preschool Programs are incredible. It is important that parents choose carefully and wisely since this is a vital age for the development of young minds. To […]

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Tips for Raising a Culturally Diverse Child

There is such a sweet, innate, innocence within our children. They happily embrace and play with each other regardless of race, religion, ethnicity, and background. Sadly, as adults, many times we lose this innocence. Our nation is becoming more and more diverse. However, it seems that at times we are surrounded by divisiveness. There is […]

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The Episcopal School of Knoxville Prepares Students for Higher Education

The mission of The Episcopal School of Knoxville is to prepare students for higher education and a lifetime of learning within the context of a loving, inclusive and family-centered community. We enrich our students’ intellectual, physical, cultural and spiritual growth so that they may realize their potential as children of God and citizens of the […]

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The Muse STEAM Festival

The Muse Knoxville Coordinates the Local Tennessee STEAM Festival Events for 2017

If you are looking for educational and family-friendly fun, you won’t want to miss the Tennessee STEAM Festival 2017! Coordinated in East Tennessee by the Muse Knoxville, the first ever Tennessee STEAM Festival will take place October 12-22. This festival aims to ignite curiosity and inspire interest in STEAM areas – science, technology, engineering, art […]

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Montessori For Moms

Montessori Programs: How they Differ from Traditional Programs

On August 15, I became a Montessori Mom. My two-and-a-half-year-old son started his first year in the Primary classroom.  His transition from grandparents/nannies/MDOs to a full-time school week has been a whirlwind. Even though I am also an administrator at his school, I was an emotional wreck during his orientation week. I wasn’t sure if […]

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