This group is for all Christian parents that are raising son's. If you have son's or grandson's that are ages 7 yrs to 15 yrs and not very interested in the jock lifestyle, then this group is for you. We don't put the development of boys on the back burner, since they should be cultivated to become the future leaders of the house-hold, and learn to be gentlemen. All boys are required to wear collared shirts or tees with a V-neck covering it. Our boys don't wear hoodies, torn jeans or shirts with sculls and are taught to be heterosexual.
• We also require all boys to get the logo printed on a white polo shirt within the first month of joining, for fieldtrips.
Our kids need us to put them in the best environment that we possibly can for their future social skills development through play, reading, role-play, conversation, fine dining adventures and other activities and build life-long friendships.
We want to create a world of playgroups/book clubs, where boys can come play chess, golf, play an instrument, conduct science projects and engineering projects, watch documentaries, attend museums, build things, write or read together, learn about youth entrepreneurship, etiquette and manners for boys. We don't see our boys as nerds, since this is a social skills playgroup. Just being raised by parents that may choose a different lifestyle for your boys to put him around nerds or a calmer kind of boy or he may be choosing it for himself, may be an only child or just an only son in the house. We encourage single parents, grandparents aunt's, uncles and neighbors to help out. We have very talented screened volunteers that attend on occasions to assist in mentorship.
We want to hear from all parents that are raising son's in Georgia.
We do encourage out-door play activities to stimulate their muscles and growth development. However, we recognize that not all boys enjoy the same sports. Because we believe in molding our kids for ivy league and raising boys to be gentlemen of the future with excellent business and social skills.
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