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Martin, GA – A new and budding art program is taking shape at Shepherd’s Hill Academy (SHA). Led by art teacher Mrs. Kelly Deal, the program features more than just drawings and paintings.
Therapeutic methods and life lessons are also a part of […]
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Ryan has been a part of the Aspiro team since 2009 and throughout his tenure has had the opportunity to work in the areas of Admissions, Program Development, Primary Therapist, and Clinical Director. Ryan has […]
The World Health Organization will include ‘gaming disorder’ in its international list of illnesses for the first time next year
Parents may want to keep a closer eye on teenagers glued to their video […]
Kelly has been the Outdoor Experiential Manger overseeing the outdoor program since 2013. However, overall, Kelly has been with Gateway over 10 years.
Kelly is a gifted and talented leader at Gateway Academy. Kelly is well versed in all of Gateway’s technical activities including rock climbing, skiing/snowboarding, canyoneering […]
Student-led projects are a positive component of the curriculum at Summit Prep, located in Montana.
Here is an example of how successful this can be. Current student Joe had a great idea: he wanted to build a small pond in the courtyard.
With five years of landscaping experience under […]