Getting The Right Fit

Getting The Right Fit

Clark County is home to a number of inspiring schools. Our team shares a community-wide goal to celebrate high-quality public schools that demonstrate major academic gains and share strategies and best practices to learn from their success.

Every child deserves a great public school. It makes sense, then, that no single school can meet the needs of every student. A school that is a great fit for one child may not be the right school for another. Your zoned neighborhood school may not be the best fit.

As a parent, you know your child’s needs and talents better than anyone else. By selecting the school that you believe is best for your child, you can:


  • Choose a learning environment that fits your child’s specific skills and talents. Does he or she need small classes? A diverse student body? A chance to be in sports, the fine arts or clubs?

  • Build relationships with teachers and school leaders who will be your partners in supporting your child’s academic success.

  • Increase your ability to shape your child’s overall development.


When looking for a school that is a “good fit” for your child, it’s important to know what your options are. You have the right to know all of your options before committing to just one.

We suggest applying to at least two different schools in case your child is not admitted to your first choice - so that you still have another option.

A “good fit” school is a personal choice for you and your family. Therefore, we do not recommend any particular model over another. You, the parent, are in the best position to decide which option best suits the needs and talents of your child.

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Getting The Right Fit

Clark County is home to a number of inspiring schools. Our team shares a community-wide goal to celebrate high-quality public schools that demonstrate major academic gains and share strategies and best practices to learn from their success.

Every child deserves a great public school. It makes sense, then, that no single school can meet the needs of every student. A school that is a great fit for one child may not be the right school for another. Your zoned neighborhood school may not be the best fit.

As a parent, you know your child’s needs and talents better than anyone else. By selecting the school that you believe is best for your child, you can:


  • Choose a learning environment that fits your child’s specific skills and talents. Does he or she need small classes? A diverse student body? A chance to be in sports, the fine arts or clubs?

  • Build relationships with teachers and school leaders who will be your partners in supporting your child’s academic success.

  • Increase your ability to shape your child’s overall development.


When looking for a school that is a “good fit” for your child, it’s important to know what your options are. You have the right to know all of your options before committing to just one.

We suggest applying to at least two different schools in case your child is not admitted to your first choice - so that you still have another option.

A “good fit” school is a personal choice for you and your family. Therefore, we do not recommend any particular model over another. You, the parent, are in the best position to decide which option best suits the needs and talents of your child.

Types of Schools Find a School
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