A school that parents must pay for their children to attend. These schools are often part of a religious parish, but not always. If so, they will be called catholic or parochial schools, but if not, then a prep school. The tuition varies, from 10,000 to 2,000, but there are often breaks for parishioners and families with large children.
The kids are just about the same as public school kids. Private school kids often have stricter rules, and most wear uniforms. Nail polish, makeup, and hair dye are frowned upon, but it doesn't stop girls from making makeshift copies, often with whiteout
. They curse, break things, get into fights, ect. They're are a few who believe that they are above everyone else for being in private school, but they are generally douchebags
and you should ignore them.
Most schools have elementary and middle school together, and often only one or two homerooms, with about 40 kids in a single grade. Religion is a class in religious schools. For most, children of the parish who go to public school must go to sunday school there. They don't like private school kids for being prissy, and private school kids don't like these kids for destroying their desks.
I personally hate private school. Uniforms, religion class, rednecks, yuck! I can't wait to go to public school!