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Questions to Ask when Your Child may be Better off in A Private School

# Do you feel that the school that they are currently in is not capable of providing the academics that you feel are necessary for your child?

# Have you tried to work with your teen on how to handle peer pressure, but feel that there is too much danger where they are nonetheless?

# Will your child react that this private school is a punishment or will you try to explain to them that this will help them to become a better student?

# Does the private school provide for the academics you need your child to have, the type of discipline that you believe in and the means to enforce it?

# Will you still commit to helping your child through the problems they face, one on one even if they are not at a school locally?

# What do you really want to accomplish from the private setting? Is this realistic?

Take some time to determine what a private school really can offer your child. In most cases, they will still be faced with all the temptations that other teens are. Making the right choice can happen if you to talk to your child, their teachers and your spouse