If the public school assigned by your district seems inadequate, you may decide your young scholar would thrive better in a private school. How can you choose the best option for your family?
First off, don’t commit to anything before making a personal visit and observing a typical day firsthand. If at all possible, bring your prospective student along.
To help with both advance research and firsthand observations, here’s a checklist that covers most attributes of top schools.
What does your child think of the school? So often, we parents see the decision as ours to make, and disregard input from the one who will actually have to live with it.
Remember, Shady Oak is also a private school. We hope you’ll consider us for your needs!