• June 11, 2018

How to Find a Good School For Your Child

JOSEPH-LEWKOWICZ,2

How to Find a Good School For Your Child

As if the stress of moving to an unfamiliar territory wasn’t daunting enough, doing it with a carload of kids all with mouths to feed can provide a whole new depth of challenges that inexperienced movers can find overwhelming. Of course, the most important challenge comes with finding an area with all the amenities you want as well as great rated schools that give your children the best possible education possible. Fortunately, with the information provided below finding a school doesn’t have to be as daunting as may seem at first glance.

Talk to a Real Estate Agent

The first way to help your hunt for the right school is to contact a real estate agent. Real estate agents can give you the proper insight into different locations around the area. Because it is part of a real estate’s agent’s responsibility to be familiar with their area and the area around them, there is no one better to ask about the surrounding school districts. They can provide detailed information that would otherwise be hard to come by on your own, so instead of tackling the situation by yourself and getting stress headache’s about where to relocate, call a real estate agent to make the process easier for you and your family.

If you have a hard time taking your agent’s advice, there are still other ways you can find the right school for your child’s academic success. Below are just a few ways you can begin to look for areas with great educational benefits.

How School’s District Boundaries Work and Why They Matter

You may have some breathing room if you are searching for a private school rather than a public one. Public schools are assigned district boundaries limiting the areas you may want to search, while private schools are not limited by boundaries and can be located almost anywhere as a result. Also, remember the boundaries set by public schools are always subject to change. Being on the edge of a public school’s boundaries can result in your child having to change schools if the school’s boundaries are altered in your properties location.

Use the Web to Find Schools Fast 

It may not hurt to do some research online before committing to a location. Resources like “The National Center for Education Statistics” is an online resource that will give exact statics based on school’s district and can also give you an edge when hunting for your future home. Another website is “Great Schools” which can measure individual school’s test scores. If your heart is set on finding a private school for your child to attend, you can always use “School Digger” which will give the school a district rating alongside student body makeup.

Visit the Locations

One of the best ways to find the right school for your child is to visit schools in the area. Consider doing the research steps listed above so that you can narrow down the list of schools you plan on checking out.  Good questions to ask the staff can include asking about the disciplinary policy, how student’s progress is monitored, is free bus transportation available and what kind of technology will be offered at the school. Getting direct answers from the staff is one of the most reassuring ways to see if your child will get a proper education, so get involved and check out new areas before you are set on moving blindly.

Stress is one of the largest concerns when selling a home. Staging, managing finances and documents, and simultaneously juggling the rest of your life can be completely draining. However, one thing is certain about selling your home: it’s a lot easier when you have a solid real estate agent to handle it. Remember, No-One Works Harder to Sell your Home more than Joe! Contact Joe today by calling 813-701-2030 or visit https://josephlewkowicz.com/