Is a compromise about to head off the great divide?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BIGZIG
    Thanks sticky, I think anyway. I was starting to wonder if I was out here alone. Keep listening, I really do make some sense at times.

    I was with you, at least until the bold part.
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    Quote Originally Posted by All Play No Work
    Some private schools have more resources than others obviously. I think you would be surprised how little some schools have to work with and of course it is self-generated. Trinity and St.X are able to do more things with the money they are able to generate versus small private schools like Brossart or NCC or Holy Cross or Latin.
    Brossart was the one who made this comment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wildcat
    In NKY, parents can pay tuition and send their child to Beechwood, Highlands, or Kenton County schools.

    Boone Co. schools don't accept outside students, I don't think.

    Ludlow, Dayton, Bellevue, Lloyd, Newport, & Campbell I don't know.

    If these schools accept tuition students, then how is it different from the Catholic schools?

    It is different because the public schools mentioned probably (not sure about it) do not send literature out to the students (because it is okay to recruit students) that will help them "work harder."

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    Quote Originally Posted by sticku
    It is different because the public schools mentioned probably (not sure about it) do not send literature out to the students (because it is okay to recruit students) that will help them "work harder."

    I don't understand what you're saying.

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