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Welcome to Joshua Springs Christian Schools! We are excited about what God is doing on our campus. Truly, raising up the next generation is the most important goal we have as Christian teachers and administrators and we don't take this tremendous responsibility lightly. We pray each year that God would send students that are really excited about learning, not only about God but about every subject from a Christ centered perspective.
We believe that the campus culture here at Joshua Springs allows each student to be themsleves while building friendships that will last a lifetime. Lightning TV is a flash presentation of the daily culture that we all share. Students learn while having fun! Smaller classes are always a plus when it comes to one on one teaching, and building a bond between teacher and student.Joshua Springs is a secure campus. During class times all gates are locked and security personnel roam the campus to make sure not only that students are in class but also that no unauthorized person is walking about the campus.
Would you like to take a tour of our campus? Just call our office, set an appointment and come visit us where you can see first hand why Joshua Springs is truly a special place. School Office number is 760-365-3599.
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Social Media, Social Life: How Teens View Their Digital Lives
Social Media, Social Life: How Teens View Their Digital Lives is the latest research report from Common Sense Media's Program for the Study of Children and Media. We surveyed over 1,000 13- to 17-year-olds nationally to understand how they perceive social media affects their relationships and feelings about themselves. Using social media like Facebook and Twitter has become part and parcel of modern adolescence. According to the survey on which this report is based, 90% of all American teens have used social media, three-quarters of them have a social networking site, and nearly one in three teens visits their social networking profile several times a day or more.
Given how pervasive social media are today, many parents, educators, and other adults are deeply interested in the role of these media in teens’ lives. Some are optimistic about the potential benefits of social media for learning, development, and creativity; others are concerned about the negative impact these media may have, especially when it comes to teens’ social and emotional well-being.
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