How to Apply & Tuition
Our Admissions team takes into consideration each child’s degree of maturity and developmental readiness for school and makes every effort to place each child into the grade in which he or she is most likely to succeed. Creation Village is a member of the Enrollment Management Association and utilizes the Standard Application Online (SAO).
To request more information about our school, arrange a tour or to complete the first step towards applying to Creation Village, please complete our Online Inquiry Form.
Please register here to schedule an overview with a member of our admissions team either in person or virtually to learn about our Village.
Once you complete Step 2, you will receive an email with a login to our online Admissions Portal. Within this portal, you can complete the online application as well as submit all supporting documents.
The final step is to ensure the best fit for your family at our school. Upon receiving your application, we will schedule an experience day for your student including an interview for your family.
After completing these four steps, we will contact you as soon as the admission committee has decided on an application. The admission process must be complete before a decision can be made. We view the relationship between families and Creation Village as a partnership with a common goal of furthering children’s wonder, excitement, education, and the love of learning. Each admission to the program is at the sole discretion of Creation Village and made to ensure the best fit for your family and our school.
Wait Pool: If your child meets our admission requirements, but we do not have space in the grade, your child will be placed in a wait pool. The school will select applicants as space becomes available.
Creation Village admits students of any race, color, and national or ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate based on race, color, and national or ethnic origin in the administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship, or other school-administered or school-sanctioned programs or activities.