Though many are away from campus this summer, we are staying busy. The new sports court is now up and ready! Man, that was quick. A picture is adjacent, but take a look at our time lapse video to see the whole project. Click here for a link to the full video.
We are proud to offer an opportunity for students to apply for The Tenney School Scholarship for the 2019-2020 school year. The purpose of The Tenney School Scholarship is to provide financial assistance, in the form of reduced tuition, to deserving students. While the primary criteria for scholarship awards will be need-based, significant consideration will [...]
Thanks to a great start to the 2018-2019 school year. Enjoy a your long weekend of pool parties and BBQ. We will see you on Tuesday.
Your children's education is one of the most important parts of their life. You want your child to be successful because it paves the way for a rewarding future. Of course, every family has their own definition of what constitutes success. Some parents may be more concerned with grades than others are. But one thing [...]
The Tenney School is a very different learning environment. Watch this New Parent Testimonial to get a sense of how enrolling a child at The Tenney School makes life different for a parent. https://youtu.be/d5RdfftvuDo?list=PLWrEKET0tyHIgWa5QKZapV5omcKQv9Xq1
In this VLOG we discuss how high school students should evaluate which college entrance exam to focus on. We cover the background of both the SAT and ACT, as well as how the two tests differ. Based on the focus and composition of each test, we will highlight the types of students that may favor [...]
In this VLOG we have a guest expert, Michelle Sacks from Crimestoppers, help us talk through the Apps out there that every parent should know. We discuss the importance of understanding legal ages as well as potentially dangerous apps and the things parents should do to protect their children. https://youtu.be/LKEqPW3ZqaU
In this video we discuss the perspective of college admissions from a College Admissions Officers perspective. In this VLOG we are joined by a former College Admissions Officer, Danny Kahalley. Danny describes how all colleges use the "5 Ps" to evaluate candidates. We also discuss how technology has changed the admissions landscape, and whether those [...]
In VLOG #5 we discuss how homework can be a good thing. We look as some specific data showing how homework can help build student achievement. We also look at the specific situations where homework helps students learn. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wn3lD24yW6g
Is your house full of tension in the mornings due to you attempting to unsuccessfully wake up your teen in time for school? Does your teen stumble to the breakfast table half-asleep? Or maybe he or she doesn’t even make it to breakfast because of sleeping in a few extra minutes? If so, you’re not [...]