Parents see value in private school education

by admin | October 21st, 2016

Many parents are seeking private school education as an alternative to their current public school system in several areas of the nation. The same can be said for Rutherford County and those choosing to send their child to a Murfreesboro private school.

In a recent article from The News-Gazette, the topic of private school costs were addressed in a specific regional area.

Price is always a pivotal factor in choosing a Murfreesboro private school. Depending on a family’s economic status, the cost of what one family might deem as agreeable may vary with another family. For private schools such as Redeemer Classical Academy, finding a middle ground with a cost-effective and competitive tuition rate is key.

The article cites small classroom size and the success and development of a child over time as top reasons they made the switch from public school education to private school education. This rationale resonates not only in the given area within the article but in other regions as well.

With many parents choosing private schools for their children, it doesn’t mean their choice is always based on the distrust of public schools. In most cases, it is based on the school being a right fit for the child and the goal of the student to be a life-long learner.

When it come to price, most of the people interviewed agreed with the price they paid for tuition at and it wasn’t a big factor. One person stated they were happy with their decision and had never considered switching to public school after their transition into private school.

Cost and value will always go hand in hand, but the transition to private school education has many parents satisfied with their decision while seeing the value clearly.