Welcome to Veritas!
Thank you for your interest in Veritas Preparatory School
Veritas currently enrolls students from Kindergarten through 10th grade. We will add a grade each year to offer a complete K-12 experience starting in the 2021-2022 school year.
We encourage interested parents to attend an Open House and apply as soon as possible. Applications are processed in the order they are received, and it can take 6-8 weeks to walk through the process from application to enrollment.
The deadline for applications for the 2020-2021 school year is April 15, 2020.
Our 3-Step Admissions Process
Attend an Open House & Apply
Hearing about our vision for Veritas and seeing the school in action is an important first step to help you decide if this is the right education option for your family.
We have 8 Open Houses this year, and attendance at an Open House is required to apply. Please review the Calendar for the scheduled Open Houses and RSVP by clicking on the button above. Open Houses start at 8:15am and conclude around 10am after a school tour. After attending an Open House, read the Veritas Family Handbook and complete the Online Application. The online application will guide you through the steps to apply.
STudent Assessment & Parent Interview
Families tell us the feedback they receive from the student assessment and parent interview is invaluable in helping them decide if Veritas is a fit for their family.
Upon receipt of the application, you will be contacted by a faculty member to set up a student placement assessment. After the student assessment, we will schedule a parent interview with the Headmaster and a Board member. Both parents are required to attend the parent interview.
Enroll & Become a Co-Teacher
Once enrolled, the journey begins! We will do our best to prepare you to be a co-teacher for your child and will provide you with plenty of support along the way.
Upon acceptance to Veritas, parents may complete the Enrollment & Tuition Commitment Agreement to reserve your child’s spot and pay the non-refundable enrollment fee of $400. In late August 2020, before the Fall semester begins, co-teacher training will be held. Parent attendance is required at co-teacher training. Please check the Calendar for the training dates. For more information on what it looks like to be a co-teacher, please visit our University-Model page.
Tuition, Fees & Financial Aid
TUITION & FEES
For 2019-2020, tuition for Kindergarten through 4th grade is $4,950 per student; tuition for 5th through 8th grades is $6,300 per student; tuition for 9th and 10th grades is $6,700 per student. A pre-payment discount of 2% is available for tuition paid in full by July 1st. Upon acceptance, a non-refundable enrollment fee of $400 is assessed to hold a student's spot in his respective class. Discounts do not apply to the enrollment fee. Also, please note that additional costs (including uniforms, books, Latin training, etc.) run about $800 for the first year at Veritas.
Please note: The enrollment deadline for the 2020-2021 school year is May 15, 2020.
A limited amount of tuition assistance is available. Veritas utilizes a third party organization called FACTS to assess financial need on behalf of the school. We encourage families to apply as soon as they are able. The priority deadline for financial aid applications is February 15, 2020; however, for new students applying to Veritas, you may apply for tuition assistance upon acceptance to Veritas.
For more information, please email Ginger Wallace, Director of Admissions.
Veritas Preparatory School does not discriminate based on race, gender, color, national and ethnic origin with regard to all the rights, privileges, programs, activities, educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, or other school administered programs.
Veritas is not currently equipped to modify its instructional or evaluation practices or procedures in response to a student's learning disabilities or other special challenges. All students will receive (or not receive) credit based upon what they have (or have not) done relative to a common standard, rather than upon individualized standards developed in response to special needs.
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