At any given moment during the school day, students are asked to take stretch breaks and in some cases, deep breaths before embarking on conversations with classmates or a challenging academic undertaking. It allows them to take a mental beat to gain focus on the...

Seven Arrows is always eager to exceed the expectation and achieve excellence in all of our programs. From STEAM to the arts, we look to the best for guidance and inspiration when it comes to planning curricular ventures. One person we're currently inspired by is...

Los Angeles is an exciting and certainly unique place to live and grow up; there are so many places in the built environment to see and explore that the natural wonders of the surrounding areas can easily be overlooked. These natural environments are a great...

Seven Arrows encourages students to practice mindfulness, an emotional awareness that is linked to spiritual attentiveness. In fact, all grade levels engage weekly in Council, where students openly and mindfully share, listen, and learn to reflect and be considerate of the feelings of their peers....

Teachers often tell students, "no question is too small," and "there is no such thing as a silly question," but as we grow older, questioning can be misconstrued as a sign of weakness or even as a pointed attack. By the time we grow up,...

At Seven Arrows, we provide students with real-life experiences in ethical responsibility as a means to character development. At Seven Arrows, we teach students that character is an inside job. It is personal, courageous, and often a test of being honest with one's self. Education...

Eye on Our Vision: The Compass Advantage of Education An article entitled “Eight Pathways to Every Student’s Success” was published in Edutopia (a reputable and highly informative online resource in K-12 education) by Marilyn Price Mitchell, PhD, that eerily resembles Seven Arrows' social/emotional...

Eye on Our Vision: The 3 Ps of Resilience You may recall the headlining 2015 story of Sheryl Sandberg, the author, activist, mother of two, and Facebook CFO who suddenly lost her husband on vacation. Just this spring, she delivered a powerful commencement...