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Parents spend a lot of time and energy making sure their children have every opportunity to be successful. You might assume success for your child will involve them completing high school, college, and beginning a rewarding career. However, there are no guarantees this process will lead your child to gainful employment. 

Events such as the Great Recession and the global COVID-19 pandemic have made it less certain that a bachelor’s degree fulfills the requirements your child will need to achieve financial security. However, from side-hustles to start-ups, if your child has creativity and entrepreneurial drive, they can carve out their own place in the global marketplace. 



Tips for Paying for Private School

Tuesday, 05 October 2021 00:50

From the weather to the theme parks to the medical care and food scene, there is a lot to love about living in the Orlando area. While we are fortunate to count high-quality public schools as one of the advantages of being in central Florida, many parents are searching for alternatives to traditional public education. 

You may be convinced that private school is the best option for your child. The question may then be, how do you pay for it? In this article, we are providing seven tips for paying for private school with less stress.



For many families, this summer was a significant improvement over last year. While things have not completely returned to normal, many of the activities we enjoy the most returned. Our kids were able to participate in camps, sports clinics and spend time with their friends. 

We were able to take vacations and have confidence that restaurants and entertainment venues would be open. Many people spent this summer making up for what we missed last year, squeezing in as many getaways and as much fun as possible. 

Time flies when you're having fun, so it probably feels like the break has flown by quickly. 

It is hard to believe summer break is almost over. Of course, summer heat will be in full swing for another couple of months, but students will nevertheless be returning to class next month. 

At The Crenshaw School, classes resume for all grades on August 6th. It is always challenging to transition back to the school year. 

Here are seven tips for helping kids thrive as they begin the 2021-2022 school year. 



There are few things more important to parents than their child's education. You know that the right school can set them on a path for the future. At the same time, an education that is lacking can hinder your child from reaching their goals and dreams. 

In the Orlando area, we are fortunate to have high-quality public schools with excellent teachers; however, many parents are searching for alternatives to traditional public institutions. If you are exploring private education, you have likely found that no two schools are the same. 

It can be challenging to determine what is best for your child. In this article, we want to help parents ask the best questions to find the most relevant information from potential private schools.