Private School Education: Worth the Cost?

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Private School Education: Worth the Cost?
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Growing up is tough enough without the worries of your financial future, so Money101  is here for you. E-mail us your questions and let us take off some of the pressure.

Everyone knows about the mounting college student loan crisis, but some parents are racking up debt to pay for their kids’ education before their children can drive–or see a PG-13 movie.

The cost of one year at a K-12 private school can cost as much if not more than a year of college tuition, and to cope with the rising costs, some parents are racking up massive debt years before college applications start to arrive.

According to Your Tuition Solution, one of the largest lenders for private K-12 education, demand for the upcoming school year is already on the rise. In March, the total dollar amount of loans families requested rose 10% compared to a year ago and at that pace, the company expects its total funding to rise to $ 20 million for 2012-13.

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School district asking parents to sign up kids for bus routes by May 31
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By Jason Schultz

Palm Beach Post Staff Writer

The Palm Beach County School District is asking parents to sign their child up now for fall school bus service to prevent some of the delays and overcrowded buses seen in the past.

“This way we won’t show up with a bus at a stop and there are 100 kids there,” said Transportation General Manager Pete DiDonato.

For the first time, the district is asking parents to fill out an online registration form requesting transportation services for their child for the next school year that begins Aug. 20. The form includes contact information for the parents as well as what school they are attending and where the student lives.

Parents have been given a deadline of May 31 to fill out the form. Transportation Applications Specialist Jerry Nyman said after May 31 he will take all the registered students and assign them bus stops for next year. Parents will receive a robo call from the district about two weeks before school starts letting them know they have been assigned a stop and how to find it…………… continues on Palm Beach Post

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Private School Education: Worth the Cost?

In Child Education | on April, 28, 2012 | by | 0 Comments

Private School Education: Worth the Cost?
News from Fox Business:

Growing up is tough enough without the worries of your financial future, so Money101  is here for you. E-mail us your questions and let us take off some of the pressure.

Everyone knows about the mounting college student loan crisis, but some parents are racking up debt to pay for their kids’ education before their children can drive–or see a PG-13 movie.

The cost of one year at a K-12 private school can cost as much if not more than a year of college tuition, and to cope with the rising costs, some parents are racking up massive debt years before college applications start to arrive.

According to Your Tuition Solution, one of the largest lenders for private K-12 education, demand for the upcoming school year is already on the rise. In March, the total dollar amount of loans families requested rose 10% compared to a year ago and at that pace, the company expects its total funding to rise to $ 20 million for 2012-13.

Parents opt to send their children to private school for a variety of reasons: some feel that the public school options i…………… continues on Fox Business

… Read the full article
.
Related News:

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School district asking parents to sign up kids for bus routes by May 31
News from Palm Beach Post:

Palm Beach Post file photo


By Jason Schultz

Palm Beach Post Staff Writer

The Palm Beach County School District is asking parents to sign their child up now for fall school bus service to prevent some of the delays and overcrowded buses seen in the past.

“This way we won’t show up with a bus at a stop and there are 100 kids there,” said Transportation General Manager Pete DiDonato.

For the first time, the district is asking parents to fill out an online registration form requesting transportation services for their child for the next school year that begins Aug. 20. The form includes contact information for the parents as well as what school they are attending and where the student lives.

Parents have been given a deadline of May 31 to fill out the form. Transportation Applications Specialist Jerry Nyman said after May 31 he will take all the registered students and assign them bus stops for next year. Parents will receive a robo call from the district about two weeks before school starts letting them know they have been assigned a stop and how to find it…………… continues on Palm Beach Post

… Read the full article
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