School Choice,

  • A family with 10 children will find that each child has different educational needs.  Some children learn by reading, others by watching and some by hands on experience, just to name a few.  Such a simple concept to understand.

  • Homeschooling, as the name implies, is educating your children at home. Parent's choose to home school for a wide variety of reasons including dissatisfaction with public school curriculum such as Common Core.  Other reasons include preference to Faith based education without expensive Private school tuition. Whatever the motivation, homeschool families enjoy greater control over the education of their children. 


    The nationwide movement of school choice empowers parents with educational options that best fits the needs of their children. School choice has always been available for families, who could afford Private School tuition or relocation to a better school district. New and innovative educational programs are expanding, giving more options to parents such as public charter schools and magnet schools which compete with traditional public schools. 

  • Magnet schools are a free public elementary and high school choice governed by school districts offering theme focused curriculum.  Themes include Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM), Arts. career and technical education.  Magnet schools usually apply alternative and innovative instruction methods often with more hands on learning.