Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are not leaving any stone unturned to bring up their two children, Archie and Lilibet, in the best way possible. Despite their separation from the royal family, the Sussexes are ensuring all the luxuries for their children. Their $14 million lavish house in Montecito is proof of the same. It is now revealed that the couple is searching for a grand school for their two children. Lilibet is quite young but Archie is excepted to start his school soon as he will be turning four in May next year.
From the very beginning, Meghan is quite clear about getting her children educated in California. In one of her interviews, she mentioned how Archie will be able to have a peaceful school life in California, something that is not possible in the United Kingdom. Giving an example, the former actress stated that she will have around 40 people clicking pictures in Britain even if she goes to pick up her child from school.
What school options do Harry and Meghan have for their children?
In California, Harry and Meghan reside in the posh area of Santa Barbara. The city of central California coast is home to a handful of lavish schools that might be perfect for Archie and Lilibet’s education. With great facilities and great infrastructure come handsome fees. It is speculated that the Sussexes might have to shell out a staggering amount of over $31K per year for their firstborn’s education.
One of the best options that the Duke and Duchess have is the Laguna Blanca School. Set in 1933, the institution has a great reputation and has produced some of the finest students over the years. The school claims to provide meaningful experiences to its students while helping them develop a true sense of the world. As per Hello, Laguna Blanca School’s fees is around $31,950 per year.
Meanwhile, there is another school called Crane Country School might be perfect for the royal children. The school was built in 1928 and has a reputation for providing children with balanced academic and creative exposure. One of the plus points of the educational institution is that they have only 15 pupils in one class. The fees of Crane Country match with Laguna Blanca. However, apart from the tuition fees of $31,950 per year, they have extra charges for trips and other vocational activities.
Harry and Meghan might have a hard time deciding on a proper school for their children. Do you think it is better for Archie and Lilibet to complete their education in California instead of the UK? Share in the comments.