Increased Interest in Private Education Spurs Record Growth for Online Private School Resource

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Rapid growth in family use of Private Schooling Direct service means increased value to client educational institutions.

Private Schooling Direct, LLC announced today that its online private school resource is experiencing record increase in use by parents searching for alternatives to public education for their children.

“Much of the increased usage we are seeing is a direct result of more and more families making the decision to ensure the quality of their children’s education by seeking out privately owned options for schooling. In addition, government enacted school voucher programs as well as our own continued efforts to increase awareness, have helped Private Schooling Direct become a preferred resource for parents,” said James Reilly, President, Private Schooling Direct.

Now reaching thousands of families per month, Private Schooling Direct generates requests from families seeking information from private schools around the nation.

“Having quickly become a primary resource for families as they seek out private schools, Private Schooling Direct provides tremendous benefit for schools needing qualified students. Many schools are unaware of the massive impact the Internet has had on the school research process of parents. Having a website is not enough. The vast majority of schools cannot be found by parents using very clear and logical searches,” continued Mr. Reilly.

Private Schooling Direct, LLC operates the premier online resource designed to assist parents in locating and researching private, parochial, and religious schools grades PreK-12, in a desired area. For private schools, Private Schooling Direct is the most effective way to attract attention from families currently searching for alternatives to public education. For more information, contact Jesse Josephson, Vice President of Marketing, at jjosephson [at]


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