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Park Tudor Blogs are a glimpse into the culture of Park Tudor. We’re sharing some of the things we love – whether it’s trends in education, traveling the world, connecting with our Indianapolis community, or recommendations for a good book. Check out some of our blogs and come explore with us!

Southern Studies

Follow along as Park Tudor students explore the food, history and culture of the South en route to New Orleans.

Connecting Classroom, Campus and Community

See how we’re connecting our classrooms to the local and global communities.

A Word on Wellness

Find tips and resources for wellness – physical, mental, and emotional.

From the Head's Desk

Park Tudor Head of School Gareth Vaughan shares his thoughts and plans with the community.

Recent Posts

Edmund Pettus Bridge site of Bloody Sunday

The trip home stops in three cities in Alabama, each a pivotal location during the Civil Rights movement - Montgomery, Selma, and Birmingham.

  • Southern Studies 2018
Beignets and Coffee at Cafe Du Monde

The group made it to New Orleans and spent the morning eating beignets, drinking chicory coffee, and visiting with old friends!

  • Southern Studies 2018
Magnolia

A day in Natchez brings reflection on the slave trade industry and the intersection of race, gender and history.

  • Southern Studies 2018
Tennessee Travels

Our adventuresome band of 14 students set off to the upper reaches of Dixie on Saturday, with the first stop in Nashville.

  • Southern Studies 2018
How to Maximize Learning

This video presents eight psychological conditions in which students learn best.

  • A Word on Wellness
How's Your Cognitive Desk?

Studies suggest that a person's mind wanders about 47% of the time. How can you be present?

  • A Word on Wellness
Practicing Positivity

These seven activities can help you and your child practice positivity every day.

  • A Word on Wellness
Cold and Flu Prevention

The Park Tudor Nurses Office, faculty and staff are working hard to make sure our students stay healthy.

The Science Behind Forgetting

Forgetting is an evolutionary strategy, but there are ways to retain information.

  • A Word on Wellness

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