Category Archives: Education

Types of homeschooling

There are many directions you can take when homeschooling your child.  There is traditional homeschooling eith thenoarent as teacher. Another option is unschooling with student-driven curriculum. Home schools can also be under the umbrella of a public or private school. … Continue reading

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Homeschooling updated

About once a year we get new questions about homeschooling.  Families who move to a larger market, like Los Angeles, either permanently or for part of the school year find it difficult to transition smoothly to a new school. Although this … Continue reading

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Actors going back to school

Summer is almost over and it’s time to start thinking about activities revolving around school.  If your child attends a brick and mortar school, you might want to book out for the first week or two while they settle into new … Continue reading

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Work permits in summer

Work permits protect child actors.  They must be signed by school personnel and are your “ticket out of class” when your child gets a job.  They are issued for six months and must be renewed every six months until your … Continue reading

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Packing for college

We support our child and teen actors through all aspects of their careers. A big part of being successful is being prepared for college. One of our fun and helpful discussions covers what teens and young adults want to take … Continue reading

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Summer programs for actors

A member advises parents if your child does a competitive theatre summer program, go in with no expectations.  A good experience can give your child a boost when applying, but if they decide that is the only program for them … Continue reading

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Emancipated vs Legal 18

Do you know the difference? If an actor is Legal 18, it means they are done with high school and can work without a studio teacher, either they have taken and passed the CHSPE or they have graduated early.  They … Continue reading

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