Private schools are schools that do not receive funding from the
state. They set their own criteria for admission. Families of students pay tuition or, in some cases, students receive
scholarships to attend. The teachers, principal, board of directors
(and sometimes the parents and students) choose the curriculum,
teaching methodology and enrollment requirements. Private schools
are not required to hire teachers licensed by the state.
A significant number of private schools is religious; others
are unaffiliated. Another option is a
school - a school where students not only study
but also reside.
For additional information about schooling, take a look at
It includes very detailed information
about each school, public and private alike, compete with parent
reviews and a school comparison tool. This is a great resource when you
are unsure where to educate your child.
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