Frequently asked Questions
We have the lowest tuition in the state
Classically Educated students score higher overall on the SAT
There are 7 students averaging per teacher
Q: When does school start for the 2023 -2024 school year?
A: The first day of school is September 5th, 2023; the last day of school is May 30th, 202
Q: When does the school day start and end for the 2023-2024 school year?
A: Kindergarten (8:30 - 1:00 p.m.) 1st through 7th (8:30-3:30 p.m.); Students may enter the classroom at 8:15 to organize for the day.
Q: Is there a dress code?
A: Yes, there is. Students' uniforms may be purchased from Tommy Hilfiger https://www.globalschoolwear.com/. Alternatively, uniforms can be purchased from www.DennisUniforms.com. Uniforms may also be purchased from Targets Kat & Jack collection, on Amazon from the French Toast collection, or anywhere that carries the school uniform collection offering the approved uniform color's and meeting the school uniform requirements.
Q: What is the cost for the 2023-2024 school year?
$7,100 (Grades 1st - 3rd)
$7,800. (Grades 4th - 6th)
$8,100 (Grades 7th - 8th)
Application Fee is (non-refundable) and is $50 per student.
Curriculum is extra and is due at Registration:
$415 (Grades 1st - 3rd)
$440. (Grades 4th - 6th)
$560. (Grades 7th - 8th)
Multi Student Discount:
1st Child - no discounts
2nd Child - no discount
3rd Child - 10%
Children after the fourth are free.
Q: Is lunch provided by the school?
A: Sorry, no. Students in (all grades K - 7th) need to bring a snack and sack lunch to school. A microwave is available. We will occasionally offer special catered items on special Fridays.
Q: Is transportation available?
A: Sorry, no.
Q: How much homework can be expected?
A: As a general rule, a student can expect to do about 15 minutes of homework
per grade level—1st grade 15 minutes, 2nd grade 30 minutes, etc.; however,
students who use their time wisely will often not have homework.
Q: What does discipline look like?
A: We partner with parents, who have ultimate responsibility on the raising of their children, and lovingly and consistently teach children the joy found in obedience, service, and accomplishment. More details are outlined in the handbook.