An Open Letter to My Daughter As You Begin Your Teaching Career:

Improve Your English Skills: English Immersion in the U.S.

What's Best - Public or Private School? 10 Questions for Sound Decision-Making

Why 5-day Boarding Schools Are a Great Option

Community Service Builds Bonds

5-Day Boarding School: A Perfect Balance Between School and Family

Looking for a Private School? Top 3 Reasons to Choose a Quaker Education

Free, Fun, Educational, Family-Friendly Things to Do in Washington, D.C. & Baltimore

Despair, Hope, and Education in the Anthropocene

Favorite Winter Holiday Books for Kids

“Let Your Life Speak” in the Classroom

Summer Reading: Investigating Stereotype Threat

High School Memories Are Life Lessons

Peeling Onions: Creating Space in Schools for Talk About Diversity and Racism

Six Advantages of an Independent School Education

Question, Reflection, Action: A Global Learning Process

Four Science Experiments for the Spring

Student Empowerment, Advocacy, and Agency

Rigor, or Just Rigor Mortis?

Connecting History to Art: Maori Culture and Tattoos

Four Science Experiments for the Fall

Student-Teacher Relationships: Practicing the Four C’s

Six Tips For independent School Shopping

Creating a Welcoming Space for Transgender Students

Four Tips for a Great Study Abroad Experience

SSAT vs. ISEE - Which admission test is best for your child?

Igniting Minds through Alumni Engagement

Great Summer Reading and Apps for Elementary School Children

The One About Inquiry-Based Education

Get out and Serve this Summer

Farmer’s Market Season: Where to Get Local and Organic Produce Near You!

The One About Thanking Teachers

5 Ways Children Gain Confidence

2015 EastEd Middle School Diversity Conference

The One About Ferguson

The One About Irony, Art, and Adventure

The One About Why Quakers and Quaker Schools Go Well Together

The One About the Importance of Diversity Work at SSFS

The One About Getting Out of Your Comfort Zone

The One About Lightning

The One about Disappointment

The One About Connecting

The One About Nelson Mandela

The One About the Brookeville Quakers and a War-Time President

The One About Perspective: 2013 Graduation Remarks

The One About Moving On

The One About Quaker Business Meetings

The One about a Quaker Pilgrimage

The One About School Spirit

The One About Letting Your Lives Speak

The One about Proceeding as the Way Opens

The One About How We are Connected in Different Ways

The One About Figuring Out Liberty

The One About Middle School Kids and Diversity Work

The One about Finding Our Niche

The One About the Moral Arc

The One About Esther Scott

The One About Leading the Way

The One about Passion

The One About How We Strive

Practicing Peace

Our "Elevator Pitch"

The One about Reaching Consensus

The One About Infinity

The One About How We Manage Our Schools

The One About What Better Looks Like

The One About Taking Risks

Another One About Integrity

The One About Entrepreneurs

The One About Math

The One About What It Takes to "Get 'er Done"

A Talk to the Senior Class about College Admissions

The One about Stubbornness

The one about Quakers and Exclusivity (or the lack thereof)

The One About Integrity

The One About Being a Radical Wildebeest

The one about change

The One About Why Quaker Education is What the Doctor Ordered

The one about Camp

The one about why Friends School education is a little different

What it means to be a Sandy Springer

About SSFS Blog:

The Sandy Spring Friends School (SSFS) blog shares information weekly that inspires personal and academic growth in every aspect of life for parents and students.