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When is it best to put my child into private school i.e. upon entering school at age 4-5 years or upon entering highschool?
 
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ask a question The reason for considering the option of private school for my 12 year old daughter is due to very low grades. However, I am aware that many of the private schools requires the child to complete an assessment. If the results are low will this reduce the number of schools entry acceptance?
get an answer Schools use assessments and tests to make sure their school is right for your daughter. It is not about finding...
 
ask a question 1. How does the private school curriculum differ from that of a public school?
2. What additional costs other than tuition fees do I have to consider when budgeting for a school year in a private school (Grade 1)?
3. Why donations are mandatory for some (or maybe all) private schools?
4. What factors are considered when ranking private schools?
5. How do the professional qualifications of a private school teacher differ from those of a public school teacher?
6. Are the private schools' students also required to be tested by the Education Quality and Accountability Office (EQAO)? If not, then, how do private schools are evaluated in terms of students' knowledge and competencies, and the quality of education provided?
get an answer 1. How does the private school curriculum differ from that of a public school?
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    ask a question Through therapy & testing we have finally figured out our son is Hyper-intelligent! He has not been challenged for years in public school. He has goal of Aerospace engineering! I'm concerned if we continue in public school he will suffer even more. He is a science & facts kid. Not one behavior problem...he is a absolute gem! Very respectful & smart! His teachers love him! We are considering boarding school in Vancouver area because we are not in a position to move yet. We don't want him to leave home but, we don't want him to waste his brain either...can you recommend a school for this type of kid? Thanks, Shannon Burton
    get an answer The Advanced Study programs that private schools offer are worth looking into to see how they can help your son...
     
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