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Jennifer Lopez Tries To Get The Twins Into EXPENSIVE Private School!

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Can you believe it? Max and Emme just turned five years old last month!

Now it's time they were enrolled in an institute of higher learning, and Jennifer Lopez knows just the place- The Buckley School!

For those not in the know, private schools are big business in El Lay- parents pull strings, make donations, hire tutors, anything they can to get their kids into the exclusive schools.

Even someone as rich and famous as J-Lo can't expect a break!

Of course, if they do get in, she won't have any trouble affording the $33,345/year tuition! Per kid!

We didn't go to expensive private school, but according to our calculations, two kids for 12 years works out to roughly… $800,000!!!

Whew! Good luck, kids!

[Image via Josiah True/WENN.]

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6 comments to “Jennifer Lopez Tries To Get The Twins Into EXPENSIVE Private School!”

  1. 1

    The Buckley School turns out messed-up kids like those horrible Hilton kids….

  2. R says – reply to this


    My school was $20,000 per year and that was 5 years ago. it now is over $25,000….and it was worth it. The kids will be forever grateful

  3. jpez says – reply to this


    That means she should start saving up for Casper too.She can't exclude her big son

  4. 4

    Re: jpez – Hahahah

  5. HoneyWest says – reply to this


    The Buckley School is a very good school for them, they should be grateful. That means she has to enroll her oldest son Casper Smart in their too! Ha! Ha! Ha! Ha! Ha!

  6. Astrid says – reply to this


    Her kids are going to the Mirman School. Thats where I went from k-8
    and my little brother is still there. I saw her the other day when I was picking up my bro from school. I was on financial aid there, because it does cost a lot of money. The education, however, is definitely worth it.