We're looking at moving our school, and I could use some help from you guys with choosing a location! One of the most common reasons people (especially, I think, busy parents) choose a school is convenience. What, to you, makes a school convenient? Does convenience mean: - that there's parking directly in front of the school? (as opposed to having a garage at the end of the block) - that the school is on the ground floor? (vs being in a second-floor unit) - that the school is in a shopping center with a grocery store so you can shop while the kids are in class or after your class? Am I over-thinking this? I have three options. Option 1 is a second-story space (so you'd have to climb stairs or take an elevator to come to class) in a big grocery-anchored shopping center with a big parking lot and easy access in and out from two streets. Option 2 is a ground-floor space in a little strip mall/office building with a good-size parking lot and easy access in and out from one road. Option 3 is a bigger ground-floor space in a strip center directly on the street, with a parking lot at the end of the block.