What Your Tuition Pays For

Parish School teacher/speech-language pathologist walks class to carpool

Early Childhood

  • 15 hours per week of group language therapy, valued at $42,075 ($85/hour, 33 weeks)
  • 1 hour per week of group occupational therapy
  • A certified speech-language pathologist leading the classroom and paraeducator(s) to support instruction
  • A masters-level, multi-disciplinary team that includes an early childhood educator and occupational, art and music therapists
  • Class sizes from 1:3 to 1:5

Elementary

  • 7 hours per week of group language therapy, valued at $19,635 ($85/hour, 33 weeks)
  • Small class sizes capped at 10 students with teacher-student ratio of 1:5
  • Classes led by certified teachers with advanced degrees
  • Support from speech-language pathologists and paraeducators

All Students

  • An in-depth assessment placing students in multi-age classroom groupings according to developmental level
  • Multisensory, academic programming and curriculum that meets or exceeds Texas standards
  • Personalized Therapy Care Plan for each student
  • In-depth case management with teachers coordinating your child’s in-school therapies and recommendations for care
  • Art and music therapy
  • Occupational therapy support and modifications
  • Social-emotional support and services integrated into curriculum
  • 17-acre, nature-based learning environment
  • An integrated arts and sciences program that includes music, theater, art, library, digital learning, physical education and nature learning
  • Short-term counseling services available to all families
  • Detailed academic and therapeutic progress reports
  • 45-minute, in-depth parent/teacher conferences twice a year
  • Sound field system installed campus-wide to enhance speech understanding
  • Observation opportunities for parents and therapists to view student progress undisturbed through one-way windows
  • Free daytime and evening adult educational opportunities
  • Active parent organization providing encouragement and community among families
  • In-depth assistance, including visits to potential new schools, during transition process

 

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