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Demystifying Your K-12 Options

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6. Consider a Secular Private School

Secular private schools are designed to match the values, academic goals and budget of your family. These schools are not affiliated with a particular religion and often focus on a certain aspect of schooling. For instance, "college prep" private schools help your child get ready for college, and some private schools (such as Montessori and Waldorf schools) follow a particular educational philosophy.