Choosing an elementary or middle school for your child should be as easy as placing the schools in an Excel spreadsheet and objectively measuring them against the criteria you have set for your child’s education. Whichever school gets the most checks in the most boxes is the school that should be the one selected.
There’s one more important check—the “gut check.” So, you schedule tours at each of the schools that meet your personal criteria. When you walk through the doors of the school, the last important question is does the school feel like “home?”
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