Why choose private school?

Why Private School?

Good for Students

In a June 2002 report, NCES found that private schools had students who scored higher on standardized tests, had more demanding graduation requirements, and sent more graduates to college than public schools.

Good for Families

The NCES reports that more than three-quarters of private school parents are “very satisfied”with their child’s school compared with less than half of parents whose children were assigned to a public school.

Good for America

Gaps between minority students and majority students are narrowed in private schools. According to NCES, minority students in private schools are more than twice as likely to enter four-year colleges than their counterparts in public schools.

Download the Council for American Private Education brochure to learn more about the benefits of private education.

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