Admission to Genesis
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We offer the admissions opportunity at Genesis Elementary equally to families regardless of race, gender, creed, and national or ethnic origin. We have developed a community of learners that we cherish, so we carefully consider each child and each family as they go through the admissions process. We want to make sure that Genesis Elementary is the right choice for your child. Choosing the right independent school is essential to ensure that your child has the most beneficial educational experience.
At Genesis Elementary, each of our students get the individual attention and an accelerated curriculum that will give them the advantage throughout his or her later school years. Our faculty is dedicated to providing a challenging, nurturing, and exciting education during these very important years in your child’s life. We know that an independent school is an investment–we take that investment and your trust seriously.
Requirements for Admission
Complete physical exam
Current medical records
Up-to-date immunization records
Two years' of report cards & test scores
Kindergarten students must turn 5 by September 1
The Admissions Process
You’ll have the chance to see the Genesis Elementary campus as well as receive information about our curriculum, tuition & fees, financial aid, and school policies. Schedule a tour using the form below.
Your student will attend an age-appropriate class. Our teachers will complete an academic assessment and observe interactions between your child and students/staff.
This gives us important information about your family and your child.
If applicable, apply for financial aid through Step Up for Students, a statewide program available to families with limited financial resources. If Step Up for Students is not an option for your family, but financial assistance is needed, please call Genesis Elementary to inquire about the Genesis School Financial Aid program.
Your first step is a one-on-one tour!
We believe every student deserves the chance to be seen, heard, and taught in an environment of support and love.