Why Smaller Student-Teacher Ratios Matter

It may feel as if bigger schools are the norm. In some more populous areas, like big metropolitan cities, they largely are for public schools. If you went to a large public school, you may currently be looking into private schools to see if they would provide a different experience for your children. In large part, they may very…

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Raquel Zaldivar, CEA c/o 2006 and Chicago Tribune Visual Journalism, Guest Speaker for Conchita Cinema

Conchita Cinema (CC) had a special virtual guest all the way from Chicago. Raquel Zaldivar, CEA class of 2006, gave students a presentation on her career as a visual journalist and documentary filmmaker and taught a workshop on the process of storyboarding, as CC students embark on their journeys as student filmmakers. Raquel’s first steps into the world of…

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Miami Moving Day Walk for Parkinson’s

On Saturday, October 23rd, students from Dance Mastery, National Junior Honor Society, and Art Mastery participated in the annual Miami Moving Day Walk for Parkinson’s. #TeamConchita had an amazing turnout and we are so proud of the number of students, families, and alumni who took the time to acknowledge and support people who deal with this debilitating disease on…

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Cross Country State Championship

The Middle School Boys’ Team finished 6th overall among private schools, led by Matthias Mürrle in 24th place, and followed by Alejandro Rodriguez who finished 31st, Victor Casado 46th, Carlos Moringlane62nd, and Luis Moringlane in 65th. The boys’ team ended with 11 students placing in our top 33 all time! Matthias Mürrle is 2nd, Alejandro Rodriguez 4th, Victor Casado…

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Art and Dance Mastery Major Artists Collaboration

Assembly is a monthly tradition where students gather in the theatre for a student presentation. This October, the Senior Art and Dance Masteries collaborated on a project highlighting the lives and work of major artists. They began a month ago and worked non-stop during their daily mastery period on the conception, creation, and realization of this piece. Under the…

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At-Home Tips to Help Your Child’s Grades

Supporting your child while they are in school is important, and you should strive to stay involved throughout your child’s private schooling journey. However, there is more to supporting your child than simply lending a hand with homework. If you’re interested in learning the best ways you can help improve your child’s grades at home, here is what you…

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