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Scholarship Finances

The scholarships for the students include the following:

  • Tuition (Educational Fees)
  • School Uniforms
  • Sports Uniforms
  • School Supplies
  • Class Books

One scholarship for one year is  70 more words


Education Opulence

At New York City’s exclusive Trinity School on the Upper West Side, kindergartners look forward to a year of “…building self-confidence, independence, and responsibility”, coupled with “forming friendships, dealing with a variety of social situations, and discovering the joy and excitement of learning…” Sounds like a solid choice for early schooling, until you consider the daunting application process and the need for financial aid. 615 more words


10 reasons why kids hate school

As we all know kids hate school. It is natural for a child to complain about this. Research indicates that about 12% of the students go to great lengths just to avoid going to school. 454 more words

Singapore Home Tuition

3 Ways Singaporean Parents Can Save Money on Their Kids’ Education

(Source: blog.moneysmart.sg)

Raising a kid in Singapore is expensive, but Singaporeans make it even more expensive than it has to be with their mania for education. 755 more words

Money Matters

iPhone X only costs 1/65th of Penn Tuition!

Many consumers (but very few producers) are concerned about the recent iPhone X’s seemingly exorbitant cost.

These people, emboldened by their own tweets of “#TheFreerTheMarketTheFreerThePeople,” have protested the newly-unveiled product’s $1000 price tag. 337 more words


Word on the Street: Is your tuition worth it?

Destiny Lyon – Elementary Education, Freshman, Lenorah

“Yes, I had mine paid for with scholarships. But I feel like it’s a good price here.”

Lane Farrar…

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Value of college degree makes cost worth it

by ANNIE GOLDEN//Editorial Assistant

In this day and age, college tuition bills have reached astronomically high costs.

Adding books from large companies, school supplies, and technological or physical tools that help students outside of class, only costs more money upfront out of a student’s pockets. 488 more words