12 Questions to Ask A Private School

Thursday, 30 May 2019 19:15

Private education enrollment is increasing nationwide. Private schools are safer and often feature smaller class sizes while maintaining competitive athletic and extracurricular programs. If you are considering private education for your child, it is important to ask the right questions when you visit a campus. In this article, we are discussing twelve key questions to ask when you visit a private school.



At Haywood Christian Academy, our mission is to train Christian leaders through a robust academic experience rooted in God’s Word. We are pleased to see our students demonstrating their faith in their communities during their time here and after graduation. One area where God’s work is evidenced in the lives of our students is in the personal testimonies of their experiences at HCA.



If you are raising your family in or near Waynesville, you have a few choices for education. While public and homeschool are great options here in Haywood County, we believe in Christian education. Haywood Christian Academy provides students with a robust academic experience, in a Christ-like setting, rooted in the Word of God. Students will learn to see how all truth is God’s truth, and every subject relates to the truth of Scripture.

In this article, we want to talk you through a day in the life of a Haywood Christian Academy student. Each day includes rigorous academic study, examination of God’s Word through chapel and Bible classes, a healthy lunch, and extracurricular activities.



There are several reasons parents in Haywood County are searching for alternatives to public education. Though there are many amazing public school teachers, large class sizes, testing, bullying, safety, and the desire for educational freedom drive many parents' desire to explore homeschool and private Christian education.

If you are considering the advantages and disadvantages of private education and homeschooling, we are here to help. In this article, we will define each, while exploring their advantages and disadvantages.



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