Changing schools is a big decision! We want your child to have a great experience with us and his/her transition into our school a successful one. Student retention, happiness, and academic success are important to all of us. The following is a list of things to consider before you submit your enrollment application for your child.
Our daily instruction is mainly in Spanish. While there is no language proficiency requirement for enrollment at this time, there is an adjustment period for those students who are unfamiliar with the language. We strive to make this as fun as possible! Please talk with our staff about how to help at home.
We have a longer academic day than the other public and private schools in the area. While we give morning and afternoon recess in addition to a lunch break, the kids are tired at the end of the day. Though they do adjust especially with the help of extra sleep at night and a healthy lunch at school.
We also don’t have as many days off as the rest of the school district – which means we are often in school when other schools are closed.
Our school receives only a portion of the state funding that is allocated to public school students. Because of this, we rely on our family community for volunteer service as well as fundraising efforts to bridge our financial gap. While we do our best to cut our costs fundraising, including donations, is critical to our success.
If you have any questions, please contact us!
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