As a parent, you make a lot of decisions.
Do you go to work, or stay home? Do you put them in preschool at 3, or age 4? Do you start them in team sports, or focus on making sure they have plenty of unscheduled time? Do you get them a cell phone when they’re 12, or wait until they’re 16? Do you school them at home, put them in public school, or send them to private school?
You’re trying to make these decisions in the best interest of your child, but there are other factors at play, too.
Like your bank account.
Few people argue the academic benefits of putting a child in private school. Smaller class sizes, more attentive teachers, and a curriculum that reinforces the faith you teach at home.
But it’s admittedly a large, multi-year financial commitment, and if you’re new to the world of private Christian education it can feel overwhelming.
Will I like it? Will my child like it? Will my child benefit? Is it worth it?
Local area schools like Rainier Christian School are so confident you’ll find that it is, that they’re offering up to half off their tuition for your child’s first year. This gives you the opportunity to try it with less of a financial risk. Spend the year getting the lay of the land, getting involved in the community, and seeing how your child responds.
If you’ve been contemplating private school for your child, now is the time to give it a try. Discounts are available at tuitionforless.org, but there are only a limited number of discounted tuition spots available. Check out the schools, find the best fit, and grab yours today.