The development of successful social skills is as important as the academics taught in schools. Parent/teacher role-modelling and support strategies can help students develop effective interpersonal skills.
Thoughtfully chosen Summer Camp experiences can cultivate a child’s latent talents and create high interest in skills or subject areas, which in turn could have a powerful influence in their future career choices down the road.
How can parents and educators lead children to understand and aspire to a level of excellence when there are fewer and fewer role models demonstrating this attitude and commitment? Steve Jobs once said, “Some people aren’t used to an environment where excellence is expected.”