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20 thoughts on “Public, Private, or Prep: Making Sense of Your High School Options”

  1. Thanks for the clarification. I can see how understanding the difference between these types of schools can be confusing. I did not even know that there are some public prep schools.

  2. There are so many choices! I actually homeschool and he is will be a senior next year but I love that there are more and more choices for our teens now days! Not one shoe fits all!!

  3. It’s nice to see that there are so many choices nowadays. Back in my day, it was either private or public school. There were no alternatives.

  4. What an education post about what decisions for high school to make! I love all of this information and will share with parents who are wondering what to do next Fall!

  5. There are so many choices for high school. My Kids went to our local high school and loved it.

  6. The system in our education in the Philippines recently change. We call it K-12, after 4 years in high school, another 2 years for vocational courses.

  7. Choosing the right school can make such a big difference for your high schooler! My oldest daughter went to the same private high school for 4 years. We switched our second daughter after her sophomore year to a different private high school that was much more of a prep school and she was able to get into a really good college!

  8. I never really knew that there was this much difference between all of these. Thanks so much for the clarification. So many choices!

  9. Making sense of all the different options out there for high school age kids can be overwhelming. This breaks it down so perfectly.

  10. I like that there is a school of choice option in so many states. Sometimes you def. do not want the public school in your zoned area, most esp. during the high school years.

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