Frequently Asked Questions
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We understand that choosing the right school can be a difficult task and we want to answer your questions to the best of our ability. Please see below for commonly asked questions and our responses. We hope this will ease some of the the concerns you may have regarding your choice of schooling. If you still have questions please contact us with your concerns.
What is the typical class size?
Our typical class size averages around 7 students per adult. One advantage of the UMS approach is our strict adherence to classroom enrollment limitations to ensure effective instruction can occur.
The maximum size for academic classes per grade level is:
- K-5th Grade: 16 students per classroom
- 6th-8th grade: 18 students per classroom
- 9th-12th grade: 20 students per classroom
Some elective classes may exceed grade level numbers for the benefit of effective teaching or the functions of the course. However, emphasis on instructional excellence will be maintained at all time.
What is the schedule for students?
K-2 attend 7:55am – 3:10pm on Tuesday & Thursday, with electives during the school day
3-5 attend 7:55am – 3:20pm on Tuesday & Thursday, with electives during the school day
6-8 attend 7:55am – 2:25pm on Monday, Tuesday & Thursday, with electives beginning from 2:30pm – 5:00pm
9-12 attend 7:55am – 2:25pm on Monday, Tuesday & Thursday, with electives beginning from 2:30pm – 5:00pm
We offer StepUP Monday enrichment classes for K-5 from 7:55am – 3:20pm.
Additionally, for those that need another day on campus, we offer a 4th day tutoring option for K-12.
Does my child have to take a full load?
Besides K-2, a student can enroll in 1 class or take a full load. Student fees are required for any student in attendance.
Do the parents purchase curriculum?
How much does tuition cost?
Two Central Classroom Days
- Grades K-2 is a flat rate of $3250 per school year. Students are required to take a full course load so that basics are established.
- Grades 3-5 is a flat rate of $4,400 per school year for a full load. Individual subjects may be taken for $1000 per course.
Three Central Classroom Days
- Grades 6-8 is a flat rate of $5600 per school year for a full load (up to 7 courses). Individual subjects may be taken for $1100 per course. (Bible is $733).
- Grades 9-12 is a flat rate of $6,445 per school year for a full load (up to 7 courses). Individual subjects may be taken for $1200 per course (Bible is $800).
Third Day Option for Grades K-5
A third day (Monday option) is available for elementary students to work on satellite day assignments with onsite tutors and/or take elective courses. Parents using the tutorials must send students with a folder of the day’s assignments and the proper books and materials. Tuition is $1200 for all day all year ($600 per semester). Elective classes are $125 per semester each if taken individually. Drop off time may be as early as 7:30 a.m. and pick-up must be by 3:30 p.m.
Students not enrolled at King’s Academy may enroll in the Monday elective classes at the tuition rate listed above plus a $60 per semester registration/building use fee.
Fourth Day Option
Families who need the Wednesday satellite day to be on campus with tutors may contract for a fourth day at the tuition rate of $1200 per year ($600 per semester). Parents must send students with a folder of the day’s assignments and the proper books and materials. Opportunities for recreation will be available for breaks and those completing the day’s assignments. Drop off time may be as early as 7:30 a.m. and pick-up must be by 3:30 p.m.
NOTE: There are no scheduled options for Friday on the campus.
Do you offer financial assistance?
Is there a discount for multiple children?
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Are your teachers certified?
Our staff consists of 24 teachers of which 14 have Masters & 2 with Doctorates.