CHOOSING A SCHOOL FOR YOUR CHILD

Think about your child's needs and your family's needs. Consider the personality of your child. A quiet child might fare better in a smaller school or a school with small class sizes. If you have a budding musician or scientist, you'll want to look for a school that has programs in these areas. Is it important to you that your school be close to home or work? Will you need a school with before & after-school care that is close to your work?

Deciding exactly what you want in a school can be a challenge. When you think about the best school for your child, you may picture interesting classrooms, active teachers, or lots of extracurricular opportunities. If you have more than one child, you may want them all to attend the same school. How do you finally decide what is best for your child, and what qualities are most important when choosing your child’s school?

Start Early- Open Houses and School Visits typically start in November of the year before you want your child to start a school.

Questions to consider:

◊ How far can my child travel to school?

◊ Do I need a bus provided or can I get my child to school another way?

◊ Do I need before- or after-school care for my child?

◊ Does my child have any special physical, emotional or learning needs?

◊ Would my child do best in a smaller school or would a large school be better for my child?

◊ Do I want a religious school for my child?

◊ Do I want a traditional, back-to-basics program or an alternative approach to learning?

◊ Do I want a school where parents are very involved with activities & decisions?

◊ Are certain types of classes or programs important? Which ones?

 

Looking for the right school for your child? Visit this website: www.privateschoolreview.com. They offer information about private schools in your area: tuition, teacher to student ratios, extra-curricular activities, parent reviews and more!


Which Schools Are Options For My Child?

We offer scholarships to the private school of your choice in Jefferson and Oldham counties. See the list below for some of the options. 

Jefferson County

Academy at St. Andrew

Academy for Individual Excellence

Ascension School

Beth Haven Christian School

Carriage House

Christian Academy- English Station

Christian Academy- Rock Creek

Christian Academy- Southwest

Classical Conversations

Cornerstone Academy

Covenant Classical Academy

Emma L. Minnis Jr. Academy

Evangel Christian School

Friends School

Hayfield Montessori School

Highlands Latin School

Holy Angels Academy

Holy Spirit School

Holy Trinity Parish School

Islamic School of Louisville

John Paul II Academy

Kentucky Country Day School

Landmark Christian Academy

Louisville Adventist School

Louisville Classical Academy

Louisville Collegiate School

Our Lady of Lourdes School

Our Savior Lutheran School

Meredith Dunn School

Montessori School of Louisville

Nativity Academy

Northside Christian School

Notre Dame Academy

Nur Islamic School

Pitt Academy

Portland Christian School

Sayers Classical Academy

Sacred Heart Model School

St. Agnes School

St. Albert the Great School

St. Andrew Academy

St. Athanasius School

St. Bernard School

St. Edward School

St. Francis of Assisi School

St. Gabriel School

St. James School

St. Leonard School

St. Martha School

St. Mary Academy

St. Margaret Mary School

St. Michael School

St. Nicholas Academy

St. Patrick School

St. Paul Parish School

St. Pius X Catholic School

St. Raphael The Archangel Elementary School

St. Rita Elementary School

St. Stephen Martyr School

Summit Academy

The de Paul School

The Academy of Louisville (Day Program)

Valiant Christian Academy

Valor Traditional Academy

Virginia Chance School

Walden School

Waldorf School of Louisville

West End School

Whitefield School

 

Oldham County:

Peewee Valley Junior Academy

St. Aloysius School

St. Francis School, Goshen Campus