Seven Myths About Independent Schools

What follows is a blog written by Patrick Bassett, President of the National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS).  If you are considering a school like Nobles, you may find yourself wondering about some of the myths that he raises. Take the time to visit Nobles and learn about how we address these myths head-on!

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One Response to Seven Myths About Independent Schools

  1. Sarah says:

    The most salient point to me from the linked article is: independent schools are inherently “counter-cultural” because they stress morality and values in the midst of a the mainstream amoral cultural atmosphere – an interesting and powerful statement.

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