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Have you ever wondered how much private schools cost these days? Here is a list of some Y3K Tutor In Your Home covered private schools and their annual tuition. Regardless of whether you have heard of all of these particular private schools on our list or not, you can use these prices as a guide to estimate the approximate price of the private schools near you.
Austin Preparatory School – $26,700
Beaver Country Day School – $58,805
Belmont Day School – $34,490 – $45,660
Belmont Hill School – $57,400 – $65,640
Birches School – $24,000
Boston College High School – $22,300
Boston University Academy – $37,988
Brimmer and May – $38,200 – $57,800
British International School of Boston – $31,210 – $42,200
Brooks School – $57,200 – $69,575
Buckingham Brown & Nichols – $40,150 – $57,200
Cambridge Friends School – $33,000
Cambridge Matignon School – $16,000 – $24,000
Cambridge Montessori School – $25,520 – $38,550
Cambridge School of Weston – $56,200
Carroll School – $59,000
Catholic Memorial School – $24,150
CATS Academy – $36,590
Chapel Hill-Chauncy Hall School – $48,800
Charles River School – $34,360 – $49,640
Chestnut Hill School – $32,700 – $44,700
Clearway School – $60,300
Commonwealth School – $52,502
Concord Academy – $53,270
Come back next week as we continue to highlight private school prices with schools beginning with the letter D.
Parents most likely would find it difficult to represent themselves at a Bureau of Special Education Appeals hearing. This is especially true when going against a school system that has hearing experience, knows what they are doing and have their own lawyer to defeat you at all costs. Statistics show that parents without a lawyer are less likely to win against school districts.
If a parent believes they have a strong case, their best bet is to hire an educational lawyer to fight back. Although hiring a lawyer can cost money, if the school district loses the hearing, they have to pay the parent’s attorney fees.
Check back here next time as Y3K Tutor In Your Home will present some little known IEP facts that you need to know.
Minutes are worth more than money. Spend them wisely. Enjoy your summer!
Private School Trivia #3
A: $31,539 was the average 2017 tuition for private high schools in Massachusetts.
We all have financial goals in life, however, some do not know how to achieve them. Teach your kids about financial goals and financial plans. By making short-term and long-term financial goals, plans can then be created to reach those goals. For example, a new video game system may be on the wish list.
Questions to ask are:
How much will it cost?
How much can we save at a time?
How many months do we have to save for it?
Teach your kids how setting financial goals is a skill they will be using throughout their lives. They will most likely be doing this for the purchase of a car, vacation, holiday presents, home purchase, and retirement.
It is important to teach children about how to maintain good credit.
Compounding interest is money that is added to your bank account over time. It can also be money that is added to your credit card bill or loan so you pay a lot more than you originally borrowed. Teach your kids about how saving money today can grow into something much more over time due to compounding. Also teach them how debts can grow into something larger over time due to compounding. Show them the math behind this concept. If you need help teaching them the math of compounding interest, contact Y3K Tutor In Your Home today.
Help your teen to create a mock budget using a possible future income. Go over with them all of the expenses that an adult faces (rent/mortgage, credit card bills, taxes, health insurance, auto insurance, auto repairs, entertainment expenses, gasoline, etc.). Let them get a feel for how much one can afford and how to budget so you can have money left over. Share with them the strategies you use in order to manage your money.
Teach your children the urgency of keeping private information about themselves a secret. Credit card numbers, bank account numbers, social security numbers must not given out. Review with them what to do if their personal information is ever stolen.