Public or Private?

2016-03-22 00:33
 
I'm not really sure what school I want to go to. No matter what I will know no one. I'm really scared because I don't know who I'm going to sit with at lunch. I'm alright with walking to classes alone but not sitting at lunch alone. Public will have a lot more students to become friends with and private the children will be nicer. What do I do? What do you think are the pros and cons to public and private schools? Please leave detail.
1#
2016-03-22
Homeschooling is the best option no matter who the person is. You should look into K12. www.k12.com
2#
2016-03-22
I love my school.its private and private are nice.Private schools, by their very definition, are selective. They are not obligated to accept every child, so getting admitted may involve in-depth applications with multiple interviews, essays, and testing. Because private schools define the identity of their communities, they often pick and choose between candidates based not only on their scholastic achievement but also their ethnicity and religious background — as well as the special attributes (or assets) of their parents.teachers and everyone is nice in private school.
3#
2016-03-22
Well just because kids are at a private school doesn't mean they are going to be nice, and sometimes private schools can he expensive. I would suggest a public school. Hope this helped!
4#
2016-03-22
I went to a private high school - we didn't get the option of where to sit in the cafeteria - everything was assigned. You had to make due with whom you sat with. We also had a dress code - the idea being that the more affluent students couldn't embarrass the students that were broke. I hated it then, but later, after seeing just how much peer pressure and cliques exist in public schools - I saw it as a preventative measure that worked. By time I was in 2nd semester of Junior year through my senior year, they relaxed the dress code - on Friday's - and you could sit wherever you wanted in the cafeteria - the idea being we were older and had developed friends - and for the 45 minutes we had for lunch - at least we could bark with each other about the classes and teachers piling on the homework. ;-)

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