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How to Apply

A Step-By-Step Guide:

Applying to Paideia Classical Academy is straightforward and is designed to be as easy as possible. Here are the four steps for application to our school:

1. The Application

2. Academic Records

  • A copy of your previous school’s report card for the current and prior year is required for grades 1 through 8.
  • A copy of your preschool report card, if applicable, is required for all Kindergarten applicants.

3. Assessment

  • Each student must undergo an assessment by the school in order, including placement testing, to determine their needs; the school Director will assess whether or not the school has the resources to meet those individual needs.
  • Assessments will be scheduled by the Director.

4. Family Interview

  • Once the previous three steps have been completed, the family will meet with the Director, Dr. Paola Weber, to discuss the application for enrollment and other applicable school requirements.
  • Within a week of the Family Interview, you will be informed of the status of your application.

For more information about the process please contact Dr. Weber at 954-974-1121 or via email:  Paideiaclassicalacademy@gmail.com

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