WELCOME and thank you for your interest in Rosarian Academy!
There is simply no better way to learn about Rosarian Academy than by visiting our school. I welcome the opportunity to give you a personal tour. Please do not hesitate to contact me should you have any questions about Rosarian Academy or the admissions process.
If you would like to schedule a visit to Rosarian Academy or receive materials appropriate for your child's age, please contact the Admissions Office at 561.832.5131 ext. 236 or firstname.lastname@example.org .
I look forward to meeting you!
Mary Raich, Director of Admissions
K-8 ADMISSIONS OVERVIEW
We understand that choosing the best educational environment for your child is a significant decision for many parents. At Rosarian Academy, we strive to make the admissions experience a thoughtful and personalized process that will enable you to become familiar with us as we come to know you and your child.
Rosarian Academy is a close-knit, warm and friendly community. Our goal is to nurture the intellectual, emotional, creative, spiritual, and physical development of each student. We seek intellectually curious and enthusiastic learners who will actively participate in our challenging academic environment as well as our co-curricular and extracurricular offerings.
Our classes are small, and each of our faculty are dedicated to their profession and outstanding in their field. Through our commitment to community service, our students become caring and responsible with an increased awareness of the world outside the walls of Rosarian Academy.
EARLY CHILDHOOD ADMISSIONS OVERVIEW
The Rosarian Academy Early Childhood Program is a Montessori learning environment that consists of both The Children’s House (ages 3-5) and The Toddler House (ages 12 months-age 3). Rosarian Academy does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national or ethnic origin. An application must be filled out and each prospective student will be interviewed, and if possible, a visit in the classroom environment will be arranged before the registration process is finalized.
Each spring currently enrolled students and new students must register. A contract must be signed and a deposit made.
The number of available spaces depends upon returning students. Siblings of Rosarian students have first priority. Date of receipt of application receives next priority.
Children must be fully toilet trained to enter the Children’s House (ages 3-5). We do not allow diapers or pull-ups in the Children’s House. Children entering The Toddler House (ages 12 months-age 3) do not need to be toilet trained.
Each incoming student will be admitted on a probationary basis for the first six weeks of school to determine if the learning environment is a good match.