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Admissions

 Accepting Applications for 2024-2025

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Submit an Application

Click the link below to fill out our online application. It will prompt you to create a Brightwheel account before you fill in your child's information. You will be contacted by a Prosper team member to set up an interview once your application has been submitted. 

Schedule a visit

We would love to meet you and answer any questions you may have about Prosper Academy. 

 Enrollment 

Once your child has been accepted to Prosper Academy, families will have access to the enrollment forms and fees through your Brightwheel account. All forms must be completed to finalize your child's enrollment to Prosper Academy.

Tuition & Fees

Application Fee

$150

One Time | Non-Refundable

Due after application submission

activity Fee

$400

Annual | Non-Refundable

Due July 1st

Tuition is due on the 1st of each month.

Technology Fee

$150

Semiannually

Due August 1st & January 1st

3% Discount for siblings.

Bright Babies & Tiny Tots

Part Time Tuition

Monday & Wednesday or Tuesday & Thursday

$4,644 Annually

$387 paid over 12 Months

Full Time Tuition

Monday-Thursday

$7,500 Annually

$625 paid over 12 Months

Classes Ages 3-8 yrs

Part Time Tuition

Monday & Wednesday or Tuesday & Thursday

$4,296 Annually

$358 paid over 12 Months

Full Time Tuition

Monday-Thursday

$6,948 Annually

$579 paid over 12 Months

**Prosper Academy admits students of any race, color, national origin, and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It doesn't discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admission policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • What makes holistic multi-age classrooms special?
    Multi-Age classrooms provide a safe, nurturing space for children to develop academic skills as well as social-emotional skills. A focus on collaboration, leadership development, and a project based curriculum helps prepare children to contribute to society and thrive in their interests. Younger children observe older children enjoying advanced, challenging activities and this inspires them. They look to older children for guidance, and older children have the opportunity to serve as mentors and take on leadership roles. Leading, whether by modeling classroom procedures or helping a younger student with adding numbers, is a critical experience for a child.
  • What is an educator's role in a self guided learning environment?
    Our Teachers play a key role in scaffolding students to enhance self-directed learning. We assess student readiness for new methods, establish the boundaries of each student's decisions about his or her learning, and teach the methodology needed to achieve competency of new skills. We also manage the classroom, provide resources, organize learning activities, and provide input. ​Our teachers are facilitators of learning, providing new challenges, guidance, support, and positive feedback.
  • Is Prosper a Christian School?
    Prosper Academy is founded upon Christian principles and we strive to create a safe environment for all families from any religious background. We are dedicated to teaching Biblical truth that provides a lifelong faith with our weekly chapel and classroom devotionals.
  • What are the benefits of choosing Prosper Academy over a traditional education experience?
    We offer a truly different approach to school. Supported by the latest in technology and cognitive science, we move beyond the traditional tools of lectures, homework, high-stakes tests, and grades. At Prosper, our students learn in collaborative classrooms of multi-age learners. Our flexible approach challenges each student with their own differentiated learning plan and inspires them through real-world projects and experiences.
  • What is Nature-based learning and why is it important?
    Nature-based learning, or learning through exposure to nature and nature-based activities, occurs in natural settings and where elements of nature have been brought into built environments, such as plants, animals, and water. When children spend time outside they explore science topics using curiosity, creativity and wondering, becoming better problem solvers and critical thinkers. Being outside leads to more time being physically active and developing small and large motor skills. Children get excited and interested in learning new content when they use natural materials in natural spaces. Children who spend time interacting with nature develop a sense of responsibility and respect for nature, living things and the world around them. This ensures a future with people who will advocate for the natural world and natural spaces that benefit everyone.
  • How does Prosper partner with homeschooling families?
    We provide helpful resources, direction, and a community for your homeschooling family. Our certified professionals will help enhance your homeschool experience with group projects, social activities, field trips, and curriculum support. Homeschooling families will attend class two days per week. You can choose to attend classes on Monday & Wednesday or on Tuesday & Thursday from 9-3pm.
  • What is the Finnish Educational Philosophy?
    The Finnish education system combines learning philosophies, models and practices with continuous development to meet the highest standards in education. In Finland, learning is understood as a lifelong process. Learning happens in an active way by utilizing children’s natural curiosity, their will to explore and the joy of discovery. We want to provide children with opportunities to participate in and influence their own life decisions. Every child has a right to be heard, seen and listened to as an individual and as a member of their community. Another important piece is the fostering of integrity and other important virtues. We believe in developing children’s relationship with nature and their willingness to actively care for the environment by teaching compassion and ecological considerations. The Finnish Educational system has similarities to Maria Montessori's learning methodology, but with a few key adjustments that encourages collaboration and group projects with hands-on support from educators. Both philosophies are grounded in the idea that children should be the drivers of their own learning experience, and the models are built upon the foundation that children are individuals in their own rights and should be treated with the same level of respect as an adult. Children have the freedom to explore, make decisions and act independently as appropriate.
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