Sharing the experience of giving and generosity can be the most rewarding present you give your child this holiday season. We hope find the below tips on how to incorporate a spirit of meaningful giving in your family useful. ~Margarita & Omid It can be...

As if the sheer joy of the act of reading and learning weren’t good enough reasons to incorporate reading as a life habit, here is an article written by Lauren Duzbow published in O Magazine about the benefits of reading on the brain. Enjoy! ~...

The goal of our Literary Festival is simple but significant. We as a Seven Arrows community come together to relish in our love for books, reading, and authorship.Through our actions and our commitments, we communicate the value they have to us in our lives personally,...

We hope you enjoy this unique and very special Thanksgiving story written by Jocelyn Fong, a young, biracial American, that weaves family history, diversity, and gratitude in the sweetest and most poignant of ways! It is a wonderful reminder that no two family Thanksgiving traditions...

When George Washington, our nation’s first president, proclaimed Thanksgiving a new national day of thanks in 1789, he used some powerful and still-relevant language to communicate the meaning and intent behind this newly born holiday. (Our school is secular, of course, so if you prefer,...

We cannot thank each and every one of our community members enough for taking part in last Friday’s El Día de los Muertos festival, and most especially, we thank our students in all grades whose energy and excitement not only significantly enhanced the richness and...

We hope the below snippet from David Rock’s incredible work, Your Brain at Work, will motivate you to pick it up for yourself! A great read, indeed! ~ M&O You use one set of brain circuits for thinking about people who you believe are like...