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Stress, Success & Teenage Setbacks Forum on How to Cope to Feature Zeke Thomas

Keynote speaker is Zeke Thomas, son of Detroit Pistons basketball legend Isiah Thomas, who will talk about coping with anxiety related to life’s stresses. The April 30 event coincides with Sexual Assault Awareness Month. Continue Reading →

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GEG Returns to Arch St Teen Center for Free College Essay Seminar, Wed. Oct 4

The seminar will cover a range of topics, including choosing the most appropriate prompt questions on the Common Application as well as how to answer the shorter supplemental essay questions, selecting the right topics, using the right tone, style and approach, organizing the drafts and final versions, and avoiding common mistakes. Continue Reading →

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GHS Innovation Lab Students Showcase Prototypes and Designs at Arch Street Teen Center

On Wednesday, Innovation Lab students from Greenwich High School set up an  exhibition at Arch Street Teen Center. The exhibition features Student Prototypes and Designs from the end of year Innovation Lab STEM projects by juniors and sophomores. Innovation Lab juniors prepared to present their their “Machines as Metaphors for Government” projects, and most sophomores were set to present their “Eureka! It’s Battery Power!” projects. Continue Reading →

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“Stress, Success and Teenage Setbacks: Let’s Talk Mental Health”Set for Thursday at Arch St Teen Center

Stress, Success and Teenage Setbacks: “Let’s Talk Mental Health” is a free event on Thursday, Nov. 10th from 6:00 – 8:00 pm at ARCH Street Teen Center. Special guest will be MTV’s Giovanni Rivera. Food will be provided by Garden Catering. The event is open to parents and teens. Continue Reading →

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GEG Presents “Taking the Stress Out of the College Essay” at Arch Street Teen Center

Greenwich Education Group’s free seminar on writing the college essay will cover a range of topics, including choosing the most appropriate prompt questions on the Common Application as well as supplemental essay, selecting the right topics, using the right tone, style and approach, organizing the drafts and final versions, and avoiding common mistakes. There are two sessions on Sept 14 to choose from. Continue Reading →

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