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Private Schools provide education at the kindergarten through 12th grade level. They are privately operated and are largely funded through student tuition and fees. Private schools can fall into a number of categories, including religious schools, parochial schools, private special education schools, Montessori schools, boarding schools, language immersion schools, and Waldorf schools. These schools provide information on their enrollment requirements, school calendar, tuition and fees, school mission, class sizes, affiliated schools or religious institutions, graduation requirements, school breaks, and school start and end times. They often also provide details on the principals, administrators, teachers, and staff members who work at the school. This information is often available on the school's website.
Public Schools operate at the kindergarten through 12th grade level to educate children living in their district. They are publicly funded by local, state, and federal tax dollars, and they are required to provide education to all children. Public Schools typically operate as part of a larger district or school system. Public schools provide information on their enrollment deadlines, the school calendar, class sizes, school start and end times, school breaks, and graduation requirements. They often also provide details on the principals, administrators, teachers, and staff members who work at the school, as well as school zone boundaries and bussing routes. This information is often available on the school district website.