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Business Listing   Ave Maria University Preparatory School - Sarasota, FL - Phone: (941) 952-9394


Business Listing   Community Schools LLC - Sarasota, FL - Phone: (941) 330-2788


Business Listing   Faith Christian School - Sarasota, FL - Phone: (941) 921-7210


Business Listing   Good Shepherd Lutheran Church-Lcms - Sarasota, FL - Phone: (941) 922-8164


Business Listing   Paladin Academy - Sarasota, FL - Phone: (941) 955-3055


Business Listing   PREW Academy - Sarasota, FL - Phone: (941) 921-7739


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Helpful Definition for: Private Schools

Private schools are educational organizations which are aimed at providing education to children. The private schools are not owned and run by any state or central government authority. Government funding is not given to these schools and these schools are run by taking fees from the students against the education services and other non-academic facilities that are provided. Private schools of Sarasota not only have primary and secondary education levels but also impart education at senior secondary level.

The better the school in Sarasota, the higher is the tuition fees. The standard of education in private schools of Sarasota is quite good, and like government schools, they cover all subjects of study.

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