Admission to The Wood Acres School
The Wood Acres Fall Open House for Prospective Families interested in admission for the 2015-2016 school year will be held on November 9th from 2:00pm - 4:00pm. Visit and learn about what makes Wood Acres so special. Families will enjoy walking about the campus, meeting teachers, learning about curriculum and programs, visiting with the Academic Dean and Head of School, and even investigating the outdoor classroom. If you miss this grand afternoon @ the Woods, you can schedule a private campus tour by contacting our Admissions Coordinator, Nicole Hankamer at 770-971-1880.
For much more Admissions Information please read the Admissions Acorn Newsletter here!
The Wood Acres School proudly offers an affordable, quality private school education for our students. Careful consideration is given to annual tuition schedules based on current program enhancements and plans for school improvements in the coming year. Wood Acres has a rolling admissions policy and requires each applicant to complete the academic screening process for enrollment. The Wood Acres School welcomes children of any race, color, creed, national, or ethnic origin.
The Wood Acres School offers a challenging academic environment that encourages students to gain mastery in core academic areas as well as develop an understanding of the world through the humanities and sciences. The school seeks a wide range of students who demonstrate the ability to succeed in an academically accelerated program, and charges the Admissions Committee, which includes administrative and faculty representation, to make decisions in the best interests of each applicant and the school based upon criteria including:
- Student achievement
- Academic readiness and potential
- Developmental maturity
- Gender balance
- Appropriateness of match between the family and the school
- Long term commitment to pursue private education for multiple years
- Affiliation with the school—special consideration for available placements is given to qualified students who are siblings of current students or children of legacy families