Monthly Archives: May 2019

31 May, 2019

Senior Spotlight: Le Going to University of Houston

2019-05-31T16:39:42-05:00Friday, May 31, 2019|Education Info, International students, Tenney Subscribers|

In our latest Senior Spotlight for our Tenney School Class of 2019, we hear a little about Le's time at The Tenney School and his plans for college.  In this interview, our College Counselor, Lisa Cashiola interviews Le.  Le talks about his decision to attend University of Houston, and plans to student Business and Psychology. [...]

27 May, 2019

Helping International Students Adjust to Language and Culture

2019-05-24T13:54:46-05:00Monday, May 27, 2019|Education Info, International students, Learning Environment, Private School, Tenney Subscribers|

The number of international students coming to the United States to attend colleges and universities continues to grow. Currently, over 1.5 million international students take college classes in the United States. Additionally, more and more international junior and senior high school students attend school in the United States. Of course, many of these international students [...]

24 May, 2019

2019 Spring Music Performance

2019-05-24T13:22:40-05:00Friday, May 24, 2019|Education Info, Events, Tenney Subscribers|

It was great to hear the final performance of our Tenney School 2018-2019 music students.  Our Spring Performance this year was held in coordination with our final award ceremony. At the concert we saw performances from our Voice students, Piano students, and both of our school Bands: Crocodile Boulevard & Panic Attack.  The performance even [...]

24 May, 2019

Is Private School the Best Alternative School Choice for your Child?

2019-05-24T12:33:46-05:00Friday, May 24, 2019|Education Info, Private School, Tenney Subscribers|

Merriam-Webster's Dictionary defines an alternative school as, "an educational program or system that is separate from a mainstream educational program or system and that is designed especially for students with academic or behavioral difficulties." Though alternative schools began to help those with academic or social problems succeed, the idea of the non-traditional school now encompasses [...]

17 May, 2019

Engineering Presentation: Mechanical Hand

2019-05-17T08:40:12-05:00Friday, May 17, 2019|Education Info, Events, Parents|

At our Spring Award Ceremony we were excited to see a project presentation from our Engineering Class. During the spring semester, our Engineering class students worked on designing and building a mechanical hand.  During the presentation they shared how the hand was all designed on modeling software during class.  The final design was printed on [...]

11 May, 2019

Gifted and Talented: The Importance of Challenging Gifted Children

2019-05-11T08:53:11-05:00Saturday, May 11, 2019|Learning Environment, Learning Strategies, Parents, Tenney Subscribers|

As parents, we all think our children are unique. We may ooh, and awe at the mermaid picture Suzie has drawn or praise Billy repeatedly for his perfect score on his spelling test. Indeed, all children are individuals, and in their own way special, but in reality, only about 10% of the United States children [...]

4 May, 2019

Middle School Skills: The Foundation for High School Success

2019-05-04T07:35:22-05:00Saturday, May 4, 2019|Learning Strategies, Parents, Tenney Subscribers, Transition Between Schools|

For many parents, high school gets more focus than any other element of their child's schooling. High school becomes part of a student's permanent academic record. Poor grades or other problems in high school can prevent students from getting the scholarships they need, or even prevent them from getting into the college they most want [...]

1 May, 2019

Senior Spotlight: Tobey Decides on OK State

2019-05-01T15:36:22-05:00Wednesday, May 1, 2019|Education Info, Events, Parents|

In our latest Senior Spotlight for our Tenney School Class of 2019, we hear a little about Tobey's journey.  In this interview, our College Counselor, Lisa Cashiola interviews Tobey.  Tobey tells a little about her journey though high school, her decision to attend Oklahoma State University, and shares some tips for younger students. Click this [...]

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