Decide what kind of classes you want your child to take.
When you are looking for the best private schools in Hong Kong for your child, it is important to decide what kind of classes you want them to take. There are many factors that must be considered when choosing an international school.
- First, look at the class size. Smaller class sizes mean more individual attention from teachers and staff and help children feel more comfortable in learning environments.
- Second, consider which subjects will be taught and if there are any requirements needed before graduation from the school. Your child may need particular electives or extra credits in order to graduate high school with a diploma that allows them entry into college or university abroad without having taken ap exams in america (or another country).
- Thirdly, think about how well prepared your child will be after graduating from high school at this particular institution by looking at their career path options when they are ready for college or university!
Ask yourself and your child about after-school activities.
Ask yourself and your child about after-school activities. Do you want your child to participate in sports, art, music or some other activity? What activities does your child enjoy? How important is it for your child to be able to participate in extra-curricular activities? Will they need transportation or will they walk home from school with friends or other students who live nearby. You may want to check out the cost of these activities because they can add up quickly if your child is participating in a number of them.
We strongly suggest that you discuss this matter with other parents who have children enrolled in the school in which you are thinking of enrolling your own children so that you can get an idea of the costs that may be associated with the participation of their children in a variety of extracurricular activities.
Make sure the commute is reasonable for you and your child.
One of the most important factors to consider when choosing a school is whether or not the commute will be reasonable for you and your child.
Make sure that you can easily get from home to school every day; otherwise, it will be difficult for both of you to get up in the morning and go through your day. If possible, look for an international school that’s close enough for you to walk—it’s healthier for both parents and kids!
Other things worth considering are: how much time it will take on public transportation, how safe it is, what kind of comfort level there is during this time (is there plenty of room?), how predictable the travel time is (will buses come frequently enough?), and whether or not it’s affordable enough so as not to add financial stress onto your family budget.