The Ultimate Guide to Starting a Private School
From the Business Plan to Policies & Procedures
The A-Z, Broken Down Into 10 Chapters
Preparing to open a school is a significant undertaking. This guide is intended as a starting point with considerations and resources that can help with your planning. We hope you find it valuable!
We’ve organized our guide by topic. While we hope you’ll find value in every section, feel free to jump to the sections that are most important now, and come back to other sections as you need them. Following is an overview of what to expect from each chapter.
At Twine, we are excited about helping schools, passionate about transforming learning and focused on improving student achievement. We are proud to provide technology solutions that help schools achieve their goals. Best wishes to you on this new journey!
Note, we've done our best to pull together current and accurate information. Even so, there may be omissions or mistakes or content that needs to be updated. If you have recommendations, additions, or corrections, we appreciate your input so we can continue to improve this guide for everyone.
Nothing in this guide should be construed as legal, business, or tax advice. It is important that you engage qualified professionals who can advise you on such matters.
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In-Depth: How to Start a Private School
We gathered so much information that we had to break it down into 10 chapters. This free information is well-researched- we even hunted down the rules and regulations for each state! If you're thinking about starting a private school, you will find this guide very handy!
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