Whether children participate in sports, arts, robotics, STEM or STEAM programs, the exploratory nature of these programs afford students with the time and low pressure stakes to take risks and engage with confidence. Studies also indicate that the relationships they build with staff members who...

“Empathy is the most essential quality of civilization.” - Roger Ebert It's no secret that empathy plays an integral role in social and emotional learning. It's one of the most complex skills to build because it takes ongoing modeling and intentional attention. At Seven Arrows, we...

This week, we revisit a Seven Arrows favorite, John Medina’s book, Brain Rules. His chapter about how our brains function in relation to memory retention is a practical resource worth sharing. “We have known for a long time that ‘interest’ or ‘importance’ is inextricably linked to...

A Seven Arrows education introduces students to the concept of living in a global community by integrating the traditions and practices of world cultures into the educational experience - reading and gathering facts alone do not create a lasting impression. UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific and...

The fall semester at Seven Arrows is always one of the most creative times of the school year. As students dive deeper into their units of cross-curricular Spanish studies, art naturally becomes the guiding force propelling them to make meaningful connections from their learning experiences...

At Seven Arrows, our physical education exceeds the state's standard for 200 hours of activity per 10 classroom days. We strongly hold P.E. as a vital academic content area. Our program is developmental and provides time for each child to learn the fundamental concepts, principles,...

Did you know that getting enough sleep is just as important as getting enough nutrition and exercise? Whether you sleep well or not, almost every type of tissue and system in the body – from the brain, heart, and lungs to metabolism, immune function, mood,...

Although very complicated, it is possible to change your mind. This isn’t about whether or not you would choose an americana over your go-to latte. This explores the cognitive structure of your brain and those deep rooted beliefs and patterns that impact how you act...