I attended this school some years ago. I would much rather that my parents had saved the money they spent on tuition, fees, extra transportation, and contributions and given it to me to help pay for my college education, or as a fund to start life as an adult. I ask parents: is there anything being taught at the school that your kid cannot learn elsewhere that truly justifies the expense, that could not be better used to help them start life as an adult?
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