Accepting Applications for Next Year
We are currently accepting applications for the 2021-2022 school year for ages 2 to 3 year old for Preschool, 4 to 5 for Pre-K and Kindergarten, and 6 to 8 for the Elementary classroom. Depending on class sizes, we may also have spots open for transfers in the middle of the school year.
How much does tuition cost?Tuition for Kindergarten and Elementary level classes is $600 per month for the first child, with a 20% discount offered to siblings. For the Pre-K class, full-time tuition is $600 per month for the five-days per week plan. Part-time tuition is $500 per month for the three-days per week plan or $400 per month for the two-days per week plan.
Do you offer financial aid?Yes! We offer need-based financial aid. Financial aid is determined on case-by-case basis. If you are interested in knowing if your child qualifies for reduced fees, please contact us via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org and ask for the financial aid application. IAWV School is also the recipient of WV Hope Scholarship.
What is your drop off and pick up times?Drop off is between 7:45 a.m. and 8:00 a.m. for all students and pick up time is between 2:45 p.m. and 3:00 p.m. Pre-K students who choose to attend school for half a day only can be picked up at noon. Tuition cost is the same for half-day and full-day pre-K students.
What precautions are you taking to ensure students remain healthy during the COVID-19 pandemic?We take the COVID-19 pandemic very seriously and continue to do all we can to keep our students and staff safe. Please refer to our Safety Policies for details about our ongoing efforts to ensure our children and staff's health and safety.
I am not Muslim. Can my child still attend your school? Will my child have to attend religious studies classes?We would love for your child to attend our school! We welcome all students regardless of religious or ethinic background. Non-Muslim students are excempt from religious studies classes and will not be taught religion. Muslim students are pulled out of their classrooms for separate religious studies classes. Non-Muslim students remain in the classrooms and spend that time with their Language Arts and Math teachers.