We thought you might have some questions.
The curriculum at a classical Christian school is definitely unique. Here are some things parents often ask about our academics.
The academic program seems very rigorous. Will my child be able to keep up?
Will my child have a lot of homework?
How do you support students who are struggling academically?
Do you have a program for advanced/gifted students?
Do you offer AP courses?
Does your school have a college counselor? What services are provided?
Life at Veritas has a distinct feel. Here are some aspects of our school days about which parents sometimes wonder.
Veritas is such a small school. Will my child fit in and feel welcomed?
My child has never worn a school uniform and doesn’t like the idea. How do students adjust to this?
Do students have recess every day?
How is technology used at Veritas?
How is discipline handled?
Wondering what opportunities your student will have to enrich their learning and pursue interests beyond the classroom? Find out here.
My child loves sports, but we’re concerned about the lack of opportunities at a small school like Veritas. What are your sports programs like?
Will my child have the opportunity to learn to play a musical instrument at school?
What fine arts opportunities do you provide?
Do you have after school clubs?
Transferring to Veritas
Whether you’re considering a mid-year transfer, or you have an older student coming into Veritas Academy from either another school or homeschooling environment, you may be wondering how or if they will be able to assimilate into our classes. The good news is, we welcome new students every year in classes all the way from grammar school through high school! We hope these questions put your mind at ease.
Can my child transfer into Veritas after the school year has already begun?
Is it possible for them to enter Veritas after their grade has already been learning Latin for years?
Is it possible for my student to enter Veritas in later grammar school if they have missed the history covered in the earlier grades?
Can my child attend school for a full or partial day to get a feel for whether Veritas would be a good fit?
Private school can seem like a daunting undertaking for parents. Don’t worry - you may be surprised that it is more accessible than you realized!
I just don't know how or if our family can afford private school. Will we be able to get assistance?
Veritas is located pretty far from my house. How do I deal with transportation?
Is there an option to buy lunch at school?
Careers & Staffing
We value our team of dedicated educators and staff who play a vital role in nurturing young minds with classical Christian education. Find information on career opportunities, application procedures, and our commitment to fostering an inspiring work environment where faith and knowledge thrive.