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Farm Fresh Education: Anneliese Alive!

For over four decades, Anneliese Schools have made it our mission to provide children the opportunity to realize their full potential. Our goal has always been to use alternative approaches to education and lifestyle in order to impress upon the next generation that the process of learning and maturing is so much more holistic than letter grades on a report card. With that ultimate goal in mind, we have some exciting news to share with you all as we continue

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Redefining Education Through the Arts

In recent years, new programs regarding arts education have begun surfacing in an effort to create a more holistic education approach for students. While standard education teaches children the necessary foundation in subjects like math and science, many schools believe incorporating arts education programs to work in tandem with standard education practices is essential for shaping well-rounded students. Private schools are leading the charge in adopting innovative arts programs to deliver a much more holistic and robust education experience to

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Developing the Whole Child

Every child is wonderfully unique, filled with wants, needs, dreams, challenges, and talents. Daily life is overflowing with elements that can be detrimental to the developmental growth of a child. From shortening attention spans due to an overabundance of screen time, to social media and the potentially disastrous effects it can have on one’s self-image and mental health, today’s children face many hurdles. Children are growing up in a world that threatens to limit who they are and prevent them

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A Year of Resilience – Anneliese Learning in a Pandemic

It’s a powerful feeling to look back on the year we all just survived in this pandemic. Routines that were once strange or odd to adopt are now second-nature, as we’ve all adapted to this new way of coping through something most of us hadn’t yet lived to see. If you’re a parent coming to campus, your daily visits resemble something like, “grab a mask before you get out of the car, no setting foot in the classroom, keep a

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