We began our search for a school for our son the year before he started kindergarten. As experienced parents with children in 10th and 12th grade, we knew that public education had come up a bit short for us and we were looking for something that was a better match for our educational values and goals. … Continue reading ‘To foster a love of learning in children’
Convenient morning (9 a.m.) and afternoon (4:30 p.m.) opportunities to discover what New Morning School offers. Call (734) 420-3331 for details.
Plymouth's best STEM camp begins in July New Morning School’s series of week-long summer camps begin July 8 and run through Aug. 9 as a wide range of STEM/STEAM topics are available. DOWNLOAD THE COURSEBOOK, REGISTRATION, INFO Summer Science Camp course book and registration form Scholarship Packet (Please note; a limited number of scholarships … Continue reading Register for NMS Summer Science Camp
Ten years ago, my husband and I discovered New Morning School for our daughter. As public school teachers, sending our kids to private school wasn’t a decision we took lightly. But New Morning School is exceptional. Below, I share why we decided it is the best place for our children. Our daughter started in … Continue reading Why choose New Morning School | Marisa Downs
Recently, I had the opportunity again to listen to our Head of School Elaine Kennedy address a roomful of prospective parents at our annual Student Museum and Open House. Every time I hear her speak about New Morning School to an audience, I get charged up. I always wish that we were creating a … Continue reading Empowering students with Plan-Work-Reflect | Joan Barrett
I recently attended a conference offering sessions delving deep into the idea of learning. A simple word, but an incredibly complex concept when you really think about it. Jenny Bennett, a teacher and presenter at the 2018 ISACS Conference defined seven qualities that make a learner great. Learners think, reflect, are determined, connect, question, … Continue reading Question, wonder are important elements to learning | Katelyn Ewing