Many parents want a private-school education for their children, but never bother investigating the possibility because they assume it’ll be “too expensive.” The truth is, the best schools aren’t invariably the most expensive, and low family income needn’t rule out an education worth paying for. Here are some points to consider.
Note to Teachers
Become familiar with every financial aid option, scholarship, and payment plan your private school offers or accepts. You’ll be the first expert source many parents and referral sources hear about, and you don’t want your school to lose a student because you couldn’t answer a “But can we afford it?” concern. Keep the important information in your head so you’ll be able to reply satisfactorily even when surprised by questions at a social gathering.
NO MISSING OUT
At Shady Oak, we do everything possible to ensure that every interested student gets enrolled and included. We’ll work with you to find ways of dealing with any financial or other concerns. Visit our admissions page to get started, or contact Enrollment Director Brandy Rawls at 281-344-1291 or [email protected].
Blessings to parents and children of all ages!