Private schools aren't just for the wealthy. Did you know that 29% of children who attend private schools come from families with a household income below $50,000? With careful planning and research, there are a number of private education options available for families regardless of their budget and other ways to make private school more affordable.
Though creating an educational savings account for your child early on is one method of paying for private school, doing thorough research and being honest about your financial situation when meeting with private schools can help schools suggest payment plans and scholarship options that work best for you. Private schools accept students based on merit and want to help your children get the best education possible. Be persistent in your search for a school for your child - the right one is out there waiting for them!
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