Parent Involvement 101: The Building Blocks Of Your Child's Education

Preparing For Private School: How To Transition Smoothly

More than 5.3 million children are enrolled in private schools across the U.S., according to the Council for American Private Education (CAPE). If your child is about to become one of the many pre-k through grade 12 students who attend private learning institutions, preparing for the school year is absolutely essential. Whether it's your child's first year in the school, she's been attending for the past few years or she's moving mid-year, check out the ways you can help to make this transition run smoothly: Read More 

Some Things You Need To Know About Pepping For The SAT

As you start preparing for college and graduation from high school there is no doubt that you are thinking about taking an entrance exam such as the SAT. This test will play an important role in your entrance to college so it is vital that you take it seriously. Here are some things you need to know about preparing for the SAT. 1. Take The Test Early One of the biggest mistakes students make is that they wait too long to take the SAT. Read More 

Teaching at a Private School

Teachers make a big decision when choosing to work at a public or private school. Both options have many positives and negatives. This is a closer look at teaching at a private school.  Benefits of Teaching in Private Schools Small Class Sizes Private schools have an average class size of 10–12 children. In contrast, public schools have an average class size of 25–30 children. Smaller class sizes are generally due to smaller schools. Read More 

Focus On These Things When Looking For Private High Schools

In order to be accepted into a great college, students must do well in high school. Quality education private schools can provide a strong foundation for college-bound students, but only if you select one that is a good fit for your student and your family. Focus on the following things to get a better idea of whether a particular school is suitable. Fundraising Unlike public high schools, with a private school, you already know that you are fully expected to pay the school's tuition and purchase uniforms if your child is accepted, whatever those costs may be. Read More