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It depends on the school. This is one example of why the right fit is key. A child who was working below his or her potential may see marks increase in a stimulating, challenging and nurturing environment. But a child already working to his or her capabilities may not flourish in a place filled with straight-A students. Other schools could help your child to thrive.

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