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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 2019-2020 year?

A: The first day of school is September 3, 2019 (Kindergarten Sep 16.), Last day of school is June X, 2020 (Kindergarten X).


Q:  When does the school day start and end?

A:  Kindergarten (8:30-12:00 PM);  1st through 8th (8:30-3:00 PM);  Students may enter the classroom at 8:15 to read or work quietly.



Q:  Is lunch provided by the school?

A:  Sorry, no. Students need to bring a snack and sack lunch to school. A microwave is not available. We will offer special catered items on special Fridays.


Q:  Is there a dress code?

A:  Yes, there is. Students' uniforms may be purchased from Tommy Hilfiger (Alternatively, uniforms can still be purchased from


Q:  Is transportation available?

 A:  Sorry, no.


Q:  What is the cost of tuition for the 2019-2020 school year?

A:  Tuition is $5900 (Grade 1-10); $2950 (Kindergarten)

Registration and Curriculum are extra and are paid upon registration. Registration (non-refundable) is $150 (for new students) and $75 (for returning students).

Curriculum is $238 (for K); $345 (for grades 1-6), and $745 (for grades 7-8).

DISCOUNT AVAILABLE:  First Child $5900;  Second Child $5900; Third Child $4720; Fourth Child $3540;  Children after the fourth Free.



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.


Q:  Who are the teachers?

A:  Ms. Marlana McKibben (Kindergarten); Mrs. Karen Warren (1st-2nd Grades); Dr. Susan Kobes (3rd-4th Grades); Mrs. Cherie Terry (5th-10th Grades); Mrs. Jenifer DeMare (Music & Art); 



Q:  What curriculum do you use?

A:  ABeka is the main curriculum. (Additional classical publishers have been added where needed).  Latin will be taught beginning in 2nd grade, but interested 1st graders may want to be included.


Q:  What does discipline look like?

A:  We function as an arm of the parents, and lovingly and consistently teach children the joy found in obedience and accomplishment. Veritas CCS and parents are partners in this important endeavor.



Q:  Is the school a part of a league for my child to participate in sports and other extra-curricular activities?

A:  Any sport/activity that we do not offer is open to our students in your given school district.  This has been confirmed by OSPI (Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction.)


Q:  As a parent, may I attend classes, help, and observe?

A:  Yes!  Although it is not required, we encourage it.