We rarely think about the importance of the school. While we are children, our parents thinks about that. Later we are so busy with our teenage problems and fun. After we are really stressed in our colleges and universities. Next step is to find our first job and feel ourselves as adult and independent, we are ready for marriage. But even on this stage, most of us, don’t think about the schools when make a decision to buy their next home. Only when cycle is full and we become those parents, who must take care of where our children will learn, who will teach them, who will be their friends and so on. Only after that, many responsible parent will say: “When you are looking for the new home, start from the school. Because children are the main purpose of our life”.
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The Fraser Institute’s school rankings website provides a detailed report on how each school is doing in academics compared to other ranked schools. It also shows whether the school’s results are improving, declining, or just staying steady over the most recent five years.
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