Late pop legend Michael Jackson's mother has decided not to send the star's three children to school and they will reportedly continue learning from home with private tutors.
Jackson's mother Katherine was granted custody of Prince Michael, 12, Paris, 11, and Prince Michael II 'Blanket', seven, after the King of Pop's tragic death in June.
But the three kids have never attended regular school and speculation was also rife that Katherine was set to enrol the youngsters in an exclusive educational institute in California to give them a taste of the real world, reports dailyexpress.co.uk.
Sources have claimed that the trio will not be attending any school but will continue their home-schooling with the same teachers hired by the late singer.
The family is keen to provide a "normal" school environment for the kids, even allegedly building a school yard and volleyball court to accommodate outdoor activities.