We get it.
There are a lot of reasons that parents might want to change school districts — so their children
can attend a school with better education, to get their children out of a bad environment, to make the commute easier, for sports, or just to get a fresh start.
Whatever the case, here are some tips for choosing a school district in Connecticut…
- School Specialty — Is there a particular subject that your kid is passionate about? Find out what the school offers and make sure its courses align with the education your kid needs or wants.
- Learning Style — What kind of learning style does the school have? Is it all lectures? Or more hands-on? Everyone learns differently and it’s important that the school’s style matches your child’s natural learning style.
- Commute — How far is the commute? A long commute can end up being more trouble than it’s worth. So try to choose a location that makes commuting fast and easy.
- Visit & Call — Ultimately, parents should make sure to visit and call the school before deciding. Chat with the teachers and the principal. And trust your gut. You, more than anyone else, know what’s best for your kids.