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A highly qualified private school is known for high standards that they set for their students and staff. A good private school will encourage students and spark their desire to learn. The teachers in turn expect excellence from their students, and in turn the students live up to their expectations. Because of such high expectations that are demanded, the academic program is rigor and can contribute to the above average levels of student’s success, including higher college going rates. Private school also benefits the students by fostering them with value based settings, and preparing children for success in life. If you want to have your child in a school environment that is caring, challenging, nurturing, a private school may work best for you and your child.

Students who attend private school statistically perform higher than public school students on standardized achievement test, and also typically have more demanding graduation requirements than do public schools. Because of the higher demands for graduation, private school graduates are more likely to have completed advanced level courses in science, math and foreign language. When it comes to college, according to the 2002 report from the United States Department of Education, they say “Private school students are more likely than public school students to complete a bachelor’s or advanced degree by their mid-20s.”

A well arranged private school focuses on the essentials of life. They provide purpose and meaning to life. Unfortunately, many people believe that our society is not teaching their children values, and the values they do have are becoming undone. This is why so many parents strive to place their child into a private school that can help instill important values that can assist them in religious and spiritual development in their children. This is the sphere of development that is essential for their complete and proper upbringing.

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