If You Have A Straight ‘A’ Student…

Is your child being challenged in school? If your child can do well anywhere, where could he thrive, take off, and have no ceiling on how far and how fast he can go? In a traditional school, children are sectioned into their age category and given work that is deemed appropriate for that age group. […]

Anxious about the new school year and At-Home Learning? We can help!

I was talking to a friend about how her child’s school was going to operate remotely for the rest of the year. She became stressed out and anxious that at-home learning was going to continue. Google classrooms and some interactions with the teacher are available for her child, but there is still a lot of […]

Why Community Strength Matters More than Size

We always hear people say, “I want my child to be able to be social.” This has been one of the biggest arguments against homeschooling. But did you know that even if there aren’t many students, your children could still be in a place that empowers them? Let me challenge you to answer this question: […]

Making It Through Being Uncomfortable

We finished up with our survivor quest camp last week and it was amazing. The kids did many cool things such as making bows and arrows. It was so much fun! However, part of the experience that the campers had, especially on the first day in the woods, was being uncomfortable. The campers were complaining […]

Authenticity Comes From Practice

Starting in high school, I began to give speeches because I was in the FBLA (Future Business Leaders of America) club and we had speaking competitions! I would always write my script word for word and read them whenever I need to speak in public. My voice was usually wobbly at the beginning of the […]

Happy July 4th!

Every year on July 4th, I can’t help but think about the Founding Fathers of this great nation. I admire the strong character traits they had, such as bravery and creativity, and being visionaries for our great country by writing the Declaration of Independence, the Bill of Rights and the Constitution. Back in that time, […]

Teaching Your Child to Make Good Decisions

Traditional school systems are focused on an authoritarian type of model where teachers dictate the day and children don’t have many choices. This comes from the 1950’s paradigm of an authoritarian household where the father would be followed by the wife, and the children would follow after her. This is the way society used to […]

Acton Academy NH Updates + Virtual School Tour

We are so excited about how our program is growing. We have been very busy lately with school tours, family auditions, and interviews with new potential Eagles. We also just had a  professional virtual tour video made of the studio!  You can find it on our website and Facebook page. We are limiting our student […]

Acton Celebrates How Every Child has a Different Learning Style and Pace

Do you believe that we all learn in different ways? Since we’re all individuals, we require different tools and motivations when it comes to learning. There is no one-size-fits-all learning since we have different passions and interests.  Many are struggling with remote learning right now, but Acton has been doing fantastic at it! We are […]

Excited for our Fall 2020 opening plans!!!

ATTENTION LADIES AND GENTLEMEN: Acton Academy NH will be open in person for Fall 2020!! Our first day of school is Monday, August 17th. I have been getting a lot of questions about what our plans are for Fall 2020. We realize that a few local schools have already decided that they will be returning […]

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