Why Choose A Private School

Individual Attention

As a parent you want your children to have as much personal attention as possible. After all, you spent enormous amounts of time nurturing them when they were infants. If you can make it happen, you want them receiving as much individual attention as possible throughout their school years.

Because private school classes are small, your child cannot hide in the back of the class. If she does not understand a math concept, the teacher will probably discover that pretty quickly. He can address that learning issue on the spot, rather than waiting weeks or months to fix it.

The teacher can give each student the individual attention they deserve.

Parental Involvement

Private schools expect parents to be actively involved in their child's education. The concept of an open communication between parents, teachers and administration is vital. We make it a priority to involve parents in the community. From frequent parent-teacher meetings, social events, or the participation of parent committees in fundraising initiatives, families become an integral part of the child’s education. This common ground also helps strengthen parent-child relationships.

Academic Issues

Standardized scores in the public school sector are proportional to public accountability of funding and ratings. As a private school, we do not have to teach to a test. As a result, we can focus on teaching your child how to think, as opposed to teaching them what to think. That's an important concept to understand.

A Balanced Program

Ideally, you want your child to have a balanced program in school. A balanced program can be defined as equal parts academics, sports and extracurricular activities. Most private schools try to achieve that kind of balanced program. In private school everybody takes part in sports.

Seeing your math teacher coaching the basketball team and sharing the same passion for the sport that you have, well that makes a huge impression on a young mind. In a private school, teachers have the opportunity to be exemplars in many things.

Religious Teaching

Public schools have to keep religion out of the classroom. Private schools can teach religion! These Christian values are infused in every aspect of the academic life. It's important that prayer can be reinforced at school so that our children grow up with prayer being a natural part of their lives.
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  • 2420 Highway 61 South
  • Woodville, MS 39669
  • 601.888.4313
  • office@wccarams.org