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To poster who only has to pay $14K per year ($56K for 4 years), please spare us from your financial analysis trying to tell us how smart your decision is. Good for you with your financial aid - end of story.
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My son is 14, will be repeating 9th grade at Prep next year, playing hockey and in the IT program which incorporates Computer Science with Engineering and Robotics. We will be paying close to 14K per year for 4 years, 56K total for a jump start that is invaluable to adulthood. The other option was to stay in public school for 3 more years and pay another 11K per year for travel hockey. The investment seems worth it, no?
What are the stats on after college careers? Engineering/Computer Science vs the obligatory Business Degree? Keep it in perspective people.
With the rink open the day school starts, strength program assigned, 6 days a week on ice during the season, plus an assigned summer strength program I'd say it will be up to him if he develops or not.