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College Counseling - Everybody Isn't Doing It

By Betsy Bingham-Johns 12/08/2016
Parents know (and remember!) what peer pressure looks like for kids. They want to fit in. They want to be accepted. They don't want to be singled out. "Everybody's doing it" can be a persuasive teen argument even when it's not true.

Peer pressure also exists for parents, especially around college admissions. And if you're the parent of a high school student, you've likely seen, heard, or experienced it.
Topics: college, parent

Faculty Profile: George Weber

By 11/30/2016
This week, we feature a member of the Arts faculty, George Weber, Director of the Music Program.
Topics: faculty, music

Tech Talk

By Allison Johnson 11/17/2016
Tech classes may not seem like a natural fit for a school that's renowned for its outdoor education, but CRMS' nascent and cutting-edge computer sciences department not only appeals to a broad swath of students but also taps into some of the most deep-rooted values of the school.
Topics: computers, science, mathematics

Family Weekend

By Aimee Yllanes 11/03/2016
Family Weekend took place October 28 - 31. Parents came from all corners of the country and world to visit their children.
Topics: music, family, fundraiser

Choosing an Independent School

By Molly Dorais, CRMS Director of Admission and Financial Aid 10/27/2016
Choosing a school for your child is a big decision. It’s where they will spend the majority of their waking day, where they will make their friends, and where they will develop the foundations for life long learning. Ask anyone about how to approach this decision and they will tell you to “do what is best for your child.” That too can be a difficult question to answer.
Topics: admission

In the Garden That Grows

By Amiee White Beazley 10/20/2016
Fall means harvest season for the CRMS Organic Learning Garden. Here hundreds varieties of fruits, vegetables and herbs which have been nurtured since spring are being moved from the earth to the plates of the CRMS community.
Topics: harvest, garden, work, food

Wilderness

By Jeff Leahy, Head of School 09/02/2016
Colorado Rocky Mountain School begins each school year by having its new students participate in a wilderness orientation, and we have done so for over 40 years.
Topics: wilderness, outdoor

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Welcome to the CRMS Blog

College Counseling - Everybody Isn't Doing It

By Betsy Bingham-Johns 12/08/2016
Parents know (and remember!) what peer pressure looks like for kids. They want to fit in. They want to be accepted. They don't want to be singled out. "Everybody's doing it" can be a persuasive teen argument even when it's not true.

Peer pressure also exists for parents, especially around college admissions. And if you're the parent of a high school student, you've likely seen, heard, or experienced it.
Topics: college, parent

Faculty Profile: George Weber

By 11/30/2016
This week, we feature a member of the Arts faculty, George Weber, Director of the Music Program.
Topics: faculty, music

Tech Talk

By Allison Johnson 11/17/2016
Tech classes may not seem like a natural fit for a school that's renowned for its outdoor education, but CRMS' nascent and cutting-edge computer sciences department not only appeals to a broad swath of students but also taps into some of the most deep-rooted values of the school.
Topics: computers, science, mathematics

Family Weekend

By Aimee Yllanes 11/03/2016
Family Weekend took place October 28 - 31. Parents came from all corners of the country and world to visit their children.
Topics: music, family, fundraiser

Choosing an Independent School

By Molly Dorais, CRMS Director of Admission and Financial Aid 10/27/2016
Choosing a school for your child is a big decision. It’s where they will spend the majority of their waking day, where they will make their friends, and where they will develop the foundations for life long learning. Ask anyone about how to approach this decision and they will tell you to “do what is best for your child.” That too can be a difficult question to answer.
Topics: admission

In the Garden That Grows

By Amiee White Beazley 10/20/2016
Fall means harvest season for the CRMS Organic Learning Garden. Here hundreds varieties of fruits, vegetables and herbs which have been nurtured since spring are being moved from the earth to the plates of the CRMS community.
Topics: harvest, garden, work, food

Wilderness

By Jeff Leahy, Head of School 09/02/2016
Colorado Rocky Mountain School begins each school year by having its new students participate in a wilderness orientation, and we have done so for over 40 years.
Topics: wilderness, outdoor
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