Our Admissions Directors welcome the opportunity to meet with prospective families, answer any questions, and tour our campus. We are convinced you will have an uplifting experience and want to become part of our school family! In addition to submitting an online application, students will need to provide:
1) Student Recommendations (1st-12th Grade applicants) - Your admissions director will provide additional information 2) Copy of Most Recent Report Card (1st-12th Grade applicants) 3) Copy of Most Recent Achievement Test Scores (4th-12th Grade applicants)
ALL applicants are required to take an entrance exam, to be scheduled with the Admissions Office. For additional information, scroll down to the Frequently Asked Questions section, below.
Yes. The ROAR Program is available for students who need tutoring in certain subject areas or need additional academic rigor. ROAR sessions can be scheduled both during and after school. In addition, all elementary students are tested to determine their instructional reading level. Individualized reading instruction allows students to progress at a much faster pace while eliminating frustration.
Yes. A licensed SLP is on campus every day and can schedule sessions with students if needed. There is an additional fee for speech and language services. For more information, please contact Mary Anne Lovell at email@example.com
We are now accepting applications for the 2020-2021 school year. Click on the Apply Now button to begin the application process. Our admissions team is available to answer any question that you may have during your child’s application process. Contact the admissions office to learn more about our academic programs, shadow a current student, tour our campus, or begin the application process. firstname.lastname@example.org.
We have a widely diverse faith-based student body. Our students have countless service opportunities to make a difference in their community. Each day, students attend daily devotionals and are involved in Bible classes. Our campus is Jesus-centered and provides a loving environment.
Goodpasture students have access to countless forms of technology from 12 months to 12th grade. Kindergarten students are introduced to three foreign languages. STEM classes are available for all elementary students. All students in grades 7th through 12th grades have a personal iPad in the classroom. High school students have an opportunity to graduate with 65 hours of college credit.
Starting in 5th grade, students can begin participating in our athletic programs. Our Division II athletes play with humility and confidence. Each program seeks to prepare athletes for life, instill a sense of individual and team pride, and seek to glorify God in all things.
Goodpasture offers financial assistance to help offset the cost of tuition for students in kindergarten through 12th grade for families who demonstrate a need. In order to be considered for financial assistance, families must first complete the admissions process and be accepted. A separate application for financial aid is necessary. Need-based financial assistance is awarded annually.
Our students are given the opportunity to take center stage from an early age and continue all the way through high school. From sell-out spring musical performances to award-winning bands and choruses, Goodpasture students have developed a reputation for excellence.