One of the biggest advantages a parent can give a child is a quality education. But providing that to your kids isn’t always easy. For one, even if you live in a great school district with high test scores and small classroom size, that school district may not be the best fit for your child’s learning style or personality. Or, your child could need additional help in math or writing. How can you give your child an academic edge?
Attend the Michigan School Expo this Saturday, April 18, from noon until 6 p.m. at Oakland Mall in Troy. There, parents will have the opportunity to learn about different schools and educational programs to help their child reach his or her full academic potential. This Local 4 event will also have the Local 4 News Team on hand (Fingers crossed Guy Gordon is among them!). Plus, enter for a chance to win cool prizes and giveaways.
Exhibitors will include: Avondale Schools, Bloomfield Hills Schools, Center Line Public Schools, Community Choice Credit Union, Connections Academy, Farm Bureau Insurance, Ferndale Schools, Irene’s Myomassology Institute, Ladywood High School, Livonia Public Schools, Life Skills Center of Pontiac, Mackinac Preparatory Academy, Madison District Public Schools, Michigan Education Trust, Michigan Humane Society, K-12 Michigan Virtual Charter Academy, Oakland Early College, Oak Park School District, P&A Scholars Beauty School, PACE Academy, Success Mile Academy, Nexus Academy of Royal Oak, United Way of Southeast Michigan, Wayne County Community College District, Westwood Cyber High School, U.S. Army, Yes Home Services.
Check out this one-stop spot to explore local schools and educational programs to give your child an academic edge. Get more information at the Michigan School Expo site.