Bloomfield Blog

A Working Worldview

“A worldview is a commitment, a fundamental orientation of the heart, that can be expressed as a story or in a set of presuppositions (assumptions which may be true, partially true or entirely false) which we hold (consciously or subconsciously,...

Top Ten List for Christian and Classical School Parents

BCS “Top Ten” Tips for Parents

How can we as parents lead our children to fruitful, faith-filled lives? Even as our students are being taught in classical, Christian methods and materials in school, we can support and enhance that learning by what...

5 Creative Ways to Stay Connected During Covid-19

What extraordinary times we are in! Or are they? Being a student of history can help bring some perspective to our social distancing and isolation while our families are at home.

3 Tips for Goal Setting with Your Children

Now that many of us are home wading through the process of helping our kids with school work and balancing our work, it is important to help our kids set and achieve goals.

Why Our Kids Need to Struggle

The English word “spoil” is derived from the Latin word spoliare and comes down to English via the Old French word espillier.

Today, we typically apply the word “spoil” to two categories: food and children. What is interesting is that each one...