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Every child is unique, and all children learn differently. Some kids might succeed at the neighborhood public school, while other children might fit in better at a charter, magnet, online, private or home learning environment. That’s why school choice is so important!

If you are thinking about finding a new school for your daughter or son you may find our guide to understanding the different types of schools helpful as well as our tips for choosing the right school for your child. Use our free “Schools Near Me” tool to search through more than 130,000 public, charter, magnet, and private schools. You’ll get all the details for each school and can even have your results emailed to you. Schools Near Me is a new tool developed by National School Choice Week, using data licensed by Public School Review and Private School Review. For more information about this tool please visit our Schools Near Me Frequently Asked Questions page.

If you need to update your school’s information please update your profile with Public School Review or Private School Review. If you other requests or questions please see our Schools Near Me Frequently Asked Questions page or contact us at [email protected].

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Thank you for using our school finder tool. This new tool allows families to search for in-person public, charter, magnet, and private schools and learning environments. To identify online schools in your state, please visit our Ultimate Guide to Online School. To learn more about your state’s homeschooling laws, please visit our Ultimate Guide to Homeschooling. This tool was developed by National School Choice Week, with data provided in partnership with Public School Review and Private School Review. For more information about this tool please visit our Schools Near Me Frequently Asked Questions page.
Traditional public schools do not charge tuition. They are managed by school districts and do not require students to pass tests to enroll.
Public charter schools do not charge tuition. They are usually managed by nonprofit organizations and do not require students to pass tests to enroll.
Public magnet schools do not charge tuition. They are managed by school districts and focus on themes, such as math, science, technology, and the arts.
Private schools charge tuition, but scholarships are often available via state programs or by individual schools. Private schools are privately managed and can be faith-based or secular.

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