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Thinking about private school for your children? Finding the right fit and getting them enrolled can take at least a year. Here is a 12-month timeline to make sure you don’t miss a crucial deadline along the way.
A message from Hawai‘i Association of Independent Schools executive director Philip J. Bossert.
What You Should Know.
You and your child should have a clear idea of exactly what you want in a private school before you begin the search. Here are some general areas you might consider.
It’s not just public or private. These categories will tell you more about a school’s focus and style of learning.
Teachers and staff at Hawai‘i’s private schools tell us how remote learning not only tested their abilities to adapt, but also redefined their ideas of community.
It is more than just a stamp of approval. Here is what a school’s accreditation or license really means for your child.
Get a real sense of your child’s private-school options by digging deep into a campus visit.
Molding kids into well-rounded students no longer means just checking a list of activities. Educators are encouraging students to follow their passions for nature, volunteering, music and more, resulting in more meaningful and creative learning.
Grades matter, but schools today find that social-emotional skills are more important than ever.
Educators say today’s constantly changing, technology-driven society requires different skills to survive college and beyond. Here’s how.
The gender equation.
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