Every year there are a large number of American parents that must face an incredibly difficult decision. For some, this decision is quite easy because they will simply send their children to either the high school they attended or whatever is the best recommended public school in the area. However, other parents will have to decide between sending their children to public high schools or private high schools.
There is no question that there is a clear distinction between the type of culture and experience public high schools provide and private high schools provide. Understand that on average, most private schools are small and just about 86% of all private high schools contain less than 300 students. I
High school isn’t an easy time for teenagers. They’re going through hormonal changes, struggling through the expectations set for them and, perhaps most frustratingly, are attempting to prepare for a future involving college. When you add in learning disabilities, mental illness and various life factors into the mix, school can gradually be associated with nothing but stress whether you like it or not. Public schools are starting to fall out of favor in light of private schools and the benefits they offer children of all shapes and sizes. If your child is ready to enter high school or is perhaps growing frustrated with their environment, you’ll be intere