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Choosing a school

Parents know what is best for their children and selecting a school is a decision that recognizes that not every school is right for every child -- including ours!
 
But here are some things to consider:
  • Do I know and agree with the philosophy of the school?  
  • What is the informal curriculum?
  • Are the class sizes small enough so my child will get enough attention?
  • What are the graduates like?  How have they succeeded?
  • Are there objective indicators of the school's quality?
  • Are the teachers and administration accessible and helpful?
  • What makes this school distinctive?
  • What practical issues affect my family?  Consider issues like:  transportation, affordability, schedules, before and after care.
The advantages of a nonpublic school are many -- since private schools can often tailor their instructional program more easily to the needs of an individual child than government schools in which state requirements result in a "one-size-fits-all" approach.

Visit the Association of Christian Schools International, ACSI -- for insights about the value of Christian School education
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Another useful site is:  DiscoverChristianSchools