Why I Send My Daughter To A $32K A Year Private School

In this video, I explain why I’m willing to pay $32K a year in tuition to send my daughter to a private school. Agree? Degree? Let me know in the comments!

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3 thoughts on “Why I Send My Daughter To A $32K A Year Private School”

  1. Sounds good to me, JC. Me and my sisters attended private school; solid education indeed. A bit different than public because nuns offered a more regimented experience. Meaning 40 years ago, they kicked my butt sometimes LOL.

  2. I want to start off this answer by saying that I have never attended a public school. I’ve been at the same private elementary school from pre-kindergarten until this year, my eighth-grade year of high school.

  3. Chris says:

    A quarter of a million in education fees is worth the investment if the child is willing to learn. I went to a private school for primary and high school, but dropped out in year 10 to get a job and follow my passion, which has earned me a lot more than the amount my parents also invested in me.

    If a parent believes in their childen’s future and willing to invest in it, the amount it costs is not important and very easily justified. And if the parent’s start saving for the education from the moment the child is born, it is much easier to fund it as well.

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