Before making a decision, schedule visits to at least three schools. Bring a notebook for you and your child to take notes on the campus, the personnel, the dorms, and any other interesting characteristics while you tour each school. Inquire about the school’s educational philosophy, available facilities, and how their programs can help your child.
Find out how many people graduate from high school and how many people are accepted into college. Some schools have a reputation for sending their students to top universities. Make certain that your reputation is backed up with placements from the most recent graduating class.
As much as possible, include your youngster in the decision-making process. If you’re considering a military school, this may not be feasible, but it’s critical for academic or therapeutic schools. You and your child should be as at ease with your decision as possible.
If money is an issue, keep in mind that many boarding schools offer scholarships to students who meet certain criteria. Academic excellence