Here are some honest questions for you.

1. What do you know about the industry?
2. Who is your competition? Where are they located? How many are within 100 miles of you?
3. Have you put together a business plan?
4. What is your funding level? Can you pay salaries until the school starts making a profit? That includes taxes and unemployment insurance.
5. What do you have to offer that your competition doesn't? You had better have something or you are indistinguishable from anyone else doing the same thing.
6. Do you have any background in Marketing? Accounting? Management? Business principles?
7. Have you defined your role in the business? What is your vision and how do you communicate to your employees?
8. What are the laws governing your concern? Have you consulted a lawyer?
9. Do you have property locked down? If renting/leasing does the owner understand and concur with what you are doing?
10. What medical training do you have? How are you going to handle injuries and sickness? Is there a plan in place for same?

It's one thing to sit at the table and pencil out a plan on a beer stained napkin. A lot of entrepreneurs have done just that. But it's an entirely different matter to have the skills and knowledge to run a business. If you don't have all of the items above locked away (and a lot more by the way) then your business is starting on the wrong foot and you probably won't succeed.