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A unique service is provided for parents looking for a private school for their child by a firm called Admissions Counseling Services (5952 Royal Lane, 75230. 696-3690). Owner Mike Shepperd, formerly an administrator at St, Mark’s School of Texas, tries to eliminate some of the red tape involved in finding the appropriate private school, He has brochures and current information on Dallas area private schools, alternative schools, schools specializing in learning disabilities and boarding schools in addition to academic testing to determine achievement levels. A fee is charged for this service

Bethel Lutheran School. 11211 E. Northwest Highway, 75238. 348-8375. Founded in 1959. Coed. 3 years through fifth grade. Tuition: $675-$1.305. 130 students; nine teachers, two with advanced degrees. Principal: Curt Riske.

Christian education stressing individual attention to students. Students rank high on achievement tests.

Bishop Dunne High School. 3900 Rugged Drive, 75224. 339-6561. Founded in 1961. Coed, grades nine through 12. Tuition: $1,900 for Catholics, J2,255 for non-Catholics. 460 students; 32 teachers, 16 with advanced degrees. Principal: F. Michael Satarino.

Traditional college preparatory requiring heavy academic loads. Students come from Oak Cliff as welt as nearby suburbs. Thirty-three percent of students are non-Catholic.

Bishop Lynch High School. 9750 Ferguson Road, 75228.324-3607. Founded in 1963. Coed, grades nine through 12, Tuition: $2,250 for Catholic families, (2,400 for non-Catholic families. Tuition breaks for families with more than one student enrolled. 700 students, 49 teachers. Principal: Edward E. Leyden.

Offers Catholic education for both the advanced and average achiever, with special courses to assist the weak but capable student. Provides a well-rounded Christian education with a strong emphasis on core subjects, community service, and the arts.

Catholic Diocese of Dallas. 3915 Lemmon, P.O. Box 190507. 75219. 528-2360. Tuition: $800-$3,000. 34 elementary schools, eight secondary, and three special schools all under the diocese’s jurisdiction. 12,760 students; 785 teachers, 250 with advanced degrees. Superintendent of schools: Sister Caroleen Hensgen.

Cistercian Preparatory School. One Cistercian Road, lrving/P.0. Box 160699. 75016. Founded in 1962. Boys, grades five through 12 with double sections of 20 students in each grade. Tuition: $3,300-$3,650.290 students; 36 teachers, 26 with advanced degrees and eight with Ph.Ds. Headmaster: Father Bernard Marton.

Catholic education in a sequential college prep curriculum. Each class is assigned to a Form Master who counsels each grade through graduation. Strong liberal arts curriculum includes four years of Latin in grades five through eight, with modern foreign language in grades nine through twelve Computers are introduced in the fifth grade; calculus and physics courses are required for graduation.

The Cornerstone School. 12302 Park Central Drive, 75251. 387-8567. Founded in 1976. Coed, 2 years through fourth grade. Tuition: $2,940 {may be paid in monthly installments). 300 students; 30 staff members. Director: Mimi Goldman.

Small classes grouped by ability. Individualized self-pacing programs. Instruction in music, Spanish, and computers are part of daily schedule Extracurricular activities (ballet, art, etc.) are taught by specialists in each field from 3 to 5 p.m. for an extra fee. The school has a comprehensive summer camp program with sports, swimming, recreation, and education for all ages.

Dallas Academy. 950 Tiffany Way, 75218. 324-1481. Founded in 1967. Coed, grades seven through 12, with post-high school year available Tuition: $5,700. 75 students-, 12 teachers, seven with advanced degrees. Direc-tor:Jim Richardson.

Features remedial courses in reading, math, writing, and study skills for students with learning disabilities. Excellent L.D. science program and college prep.

The Dallas Christian School. 4900 N. Galloway, Hesquite 75150. 270-5495. Founded in 1957. Coed, kindergarten through 12th grade. Tuition: $660-$3,200. 804 students; 50 teachers, 26 with advanced degrees. Superintendent: Vaughn Lester.

A college preparatory school stressing academic achievements. Moral and Christian principles are stressed with Bible classes and chapel each day. Well-rounded athletic program with band and choral classes offered.

The Episcopal School of Dallas. 4100 Merrell Road at Midway, 75229. 358-4368. Founded in 1974. Coed, grades five through 12. Tuition: $5.760-$6,425.470 students; 60 teachers, about 31 with advanced degrees. Headmaster: Stephen B. Swann.

A college-prep program that combines a flexible, innovative curriculum with a stable and enduring system of values. Classes are kept small, with 12 to 15 students each. The purpose is to foster the spiritual, intellectual, physical, and social growth of each student. One feature of (he curriculum is the Wilderness Program.

Evangel Temple Christian School. 302 W Highway 303, Grand Prairie 75051. (214) 264-1303. Founded in 1964. Coed, preschool through 12th grade Tuition: $830-$1.500. 500 students; 40 teachers, five with advanced degrees. Administrator: Dr. Luanne Sparks.

The school follows the A-BEKA curriculum, with emphasis on Christian teachings and the basics.

The Fairhill School. 6039 Churchill Way, 75230. 233-1026. Founded in 1971. Coed, first through 12th grade. Tuition: $4,800-$5,200. 150 students; 20 teachers, 12 with advanced degrees. Director: Jane Sego.

Small, structured classes with individualized instruction for students with average to above-average intelligence who have been diagnosed as having a learning disability, Average teacher-student ratio 1 to 7. Speech therapy and psychological services available

First Baptist Academy. 1704 Patterson, 75201. 742-5765. 969-7565. Founded in 1972. Coed, kindergarten through 12th grade. Tuition $l,680-$2,445. 875 students; 75 teachers, 23 with advanced degrees.

Although the school is affiliated with First Baptist Church, not all of the students are Baptist. Christian emphasis; Bible courses required in all grades. Band, theater arts, debate, drill team, cheerleading, and athletic programs.

Good Shepherd Episcopal School. 11122 Mid way Road, 75229. 357-1610. Founded in 1960. Coed, 3 years through eighth grade. Tuition: $900-$2.900. 412 students; 33 teachers, eight with advanced degrees.

A warm Christian atmosphere exists here. Foreign language in grades one through eight, a reading enrichment laboratory, a journalism program, and computers on all levels are offered. Chapel services daily.

Grace Lutheran School. 1523 S. Beckley, 75224 941-3604. Founded in 1951. Coed, kindergarten through seventh grade Tuition: $1.350.65 students; four teachers. Director: Dawn Casebeer.

Specific individualized and small group instruction given in all academic areas, in an atmosphere of Christian care and discipline. Religion, art, music, and sports in addition to the full academic curriculum. Before- and after-school care is available as wet! as an early childhood center for 3- to 5-year-olds.

The Greenhill School. 14255 Midway Road, 75244-3698. 661-1211. Founded in 1950. Coed, 3 1/2 years through 12th grade. Tuition: $2,375-$5,500. 1,150 students; 120 teachers, 70 with advanced degrees. Headmaster: Phillip Foote.

A rigorous college-prep program. Strong performance in all academic fields. High-caliber athletic and fine arts program. Respected computer science curriculum for kindergarten and up. Cited as an “Exemplary School” by the U.S. Department of Education, June 1985.

The Hillcrest Academy. 6930 Alpha Road at Hillcrest. 75240. 490-1161. Coed, preschool through eighth grade. Tuition: $2.400-$3.900. 100 students: 17 teachers. Preschool director: Valeria Adams. Elementary director: Johnnie Cardinale.

Non-denominational music and dance programs and after-school care.

Montessori preschool affiliated with American Montessori Society. Non-graded elementary program with 12 teachers, four with advanced degrees.

The Hockaday School. 11600 Welch Road, 75229. 363-6311- Founded in 1913. Girls, 4 years through 12th grade Tuition: $2,592-$7,000 (includes lunches and fees). 870 students; 102 teachers, 56 with advanced degrees. Headmistress: Idanelle McMurry.

Founded on the principle of college preparation with emphasis on scholarship, character, courtesy, and athletics, Wide-ranging, highly demanding academic program stressing the arts. Special programs include coordinated classes in selected subjects with St. Mark’s School and English as a second language for foreign students.

Holy Cross Lutheran School. 11425 Marsh lane, 75229. 358-4396. Founded in 1962. Coed, 3 years through sixth grade, Tuition: supported by donations of church members and non-members. 180 students; nine teachers, three with advanced degrees. Director: Jonathan Fischer. Principal: Ruth Braun.

Program designed for students performing at or above grade level, with emphasis on Christian values.

Immaculate Conception Catholic School. 400 N.E. 17th St., Grand Prairie 75050. (214) 264-8777. Founded in 1953. Coed, kindergarten through eighth grade. Tuition: $1,050 for Catholics, $1,500 for non-Catholics. 250 students; 12 teachers, five with advanced degrees. Administrator: Diane Cooper.

T.E.A.-approved curriculum; traditional basics taught, along with religion and computers.

Lakchill Preparatory School. 2720 Hillside, 75214. 826-2931. Founded in 1970. Coed, kindergarten through 12th grade. Tuition: $2,500-$4,600. 300 students; 31 teachers, 16 with advanced degrees. Headmaster: Roger Perry.

Lakehill is the only private school in East Dallas with no religious affiliation. Considers itself in a league with the best private schools in Dallas but with a smaller, more family-like atmosphere.

Lakemont Academy, 3933 W. Northwest Highway, 75220. 351-6404. Founded in 1976. Coed, 2 1/2 years through 12th grade Tuition: $1.935-$2.790.150 students; 13 teachers. Headmaster: Edward Fidellow.

The only Montessori preschool through high school in the Metroplex. Lakemont emphasizes a Christian perspective stressing character, confidence, and self-esteem through an individualized, rigorous academic curriculum that also includes practical work experience, travel, community involvement, athletics, and foreign language.

The Lamplighter School. 11611 Inwood Road, 75229. 369-9201. Founded in 1953. Coed, 3 years through fourth grade. Tuition: $1,630-$4,375. 475 students; 40 teachers, about 20 with advanced degrees. Director: Pat Mattingly.

Provides both a strong traditional and innovative academic foundation with special emphasis on motor development, fine arts, French, animal life, horticulture, and an early introduction to computers. Its programs and curriculum are regularly evaluated by the Independent Schools Association of the Southwest (ISAS), of which it is a member.

Lutheran High School of Dallas. 8494 Stults Road, south of Forest Lane, 75243. 349-8912. Founded in 1976. Coed, grades seven through 12. Tuition; J2,800 plus (200 registration fee. 135 students; 13 teachers, seven with advanced degrees. Headmaster: Dr. Gerald C. Brunworth.

The school offers a quality educational program for students with varied backgrounds who are willing to work to the best of their abilities. Christian education and moral precepts are stressed. New gymnasium/locker room presently under construction, to be completed in the fall of 1986.

The North Dallas Day School. 9619 Greenville Avenue, 75243. 341-4366. Founded in 1971. Coed, preschool through fourth grade. Tuition: $2,700. 250 students; 20 teachers, four with advanced degrees. Owner: Larry Goldman. Director: Marilyn Kaufman.

Small classes with individualized, self-paced programs. Features include learning centers, five computers with specialized early childhood and elementary computer programs, and a Cultural Awareness Social Studies program-Extended care in the afternoon until & p.m. Also offers summer camp facilities with athletics, arts and crafts, field trips, drama, music, and special events. Extracurricular activities include ballet, gymnastics, piano, art, and computer instruction. These special activities are taught at North Dallas Day School by specialists for an extra fee.

Notre Dame of Dallas Schools, Inc. 1451 E Northgate Drive, Irving, 75062.438-2440 or 438-3202. Elementary school founded in 1962; secondary and vocational center founded in 1973. Coed, ungraded. Tuition: based on pledges ranging from $2,300-$6,000. 80 students, plus 50 vocational students; 25 teachers. Director: Sister Barbara Kraus.

Accredited programs by the Texas Education Agency. Academic program for the educable mentally retarded; living-skills program for the trainable mentally retarded. Vocational program strives to place students in the job market. Facilities include a commercial laundry, wood-shop, use of a commercial kitchen, office machines, ceramics room, and greenhouse.

Our Redeemer Lutheran School. 7611 Park Lane, 75225. 368-1465. Founded in 1960. Coed, 3 years through eighth grade. Tuition: $475-$2,290. Student teacher ratio 15 to I. Principal: Norman L. Clasen.

A Christian school with a student body comprising various denominations. Self-contained classrooms with a structured curriculum that provides a strong academic foundation. Good band and athletic programs. TEA accredited.

The Parish Day School of the Episcopal Church of the Transfiguration. 14115 Hillcrest, 75240. 239-8011. Founded in 1972. Coed, 3 years through sixth grade. Tuition; $900-$2,900. 375 students; 32 teachers, eight with advanced degrees. Headmistress: Gloria Snyder.

Average class size is 18. Self-contained classrooms. Structured, traditional program with emphasis on reading skills, literature, grammar, and composition. Weekly computer classes for children who are 4 years old through sixth grade. Student/computer ratio is 8 to 1. Spanish taught from 3 years through sixth grade. Other enrichment programs include art, chorus, band, physical education, religion, library, science lab, Olympics of the mind, creative dramatics, and the gifted program. Geared to high-average and above-average students. TEA accredited.

Preston Park Academy. 5608 Northmen, 75230. 3734576 Founded in 1979. Coed, grades seven through 12. Tuition $5,350-$5,700. 90 students; 10 teachers, all with advanced degrees. Director: Mrs. Helen Nastri.

A disciplined, structured college prep program for students with above-average intellect who are seeking to upgrade skills and study habits. Students are stimulated to make long-range goals and commitment to college and the challenges beyond. Accredited by TEA in 1983.

St. Alcuin Montessori School. 6144 Churchill Way, 75230.239-1745. Founded in 1963- Coed. 18 months through eighth grade. Tuition: $2,500-$4,500. 330 students; 15 teachers with 11 assistants, three special subject teachers, four teachers with advanced degrees (all teachers have Association Montessori International training beyond bachelor degrees). Director: Barbara Gordon.

Extended classrooms to outdoors. Study tours offered to grades six, seven, and eight. Special summer classes offered to all levels. The emotional and social aspects of the child as well as academics are stressed.

St. John’s Episcopal School. 848 Harter Road, 75218. 328-9131. Founded in 1953. Coed, 3 years through sixth grade. Tuition: $1,036-$2,450. 335 students; 29 teachers, about half with advanced degrees. Director: Grace Cook.

A hands-on learning atmosphere, with programs including an, music, gymnastics, foreign language, and computer study. St. John’s (acuity subscribes to a mastery learning philosophy and continuous progress of the individual.

St. Mark’s School of Texas. 10600 Preston Road, 75230. 363-6491- Founded in 1933 as the Texas Country Day School. Merged with the Cathedral School in 1950 to become St. Mark’s. Boys, grades one through 12. Tui-tion: $5,150-$6,850(fees, lunch, and book deposit included). 750 students; 90 teachers, 59 with advanced degrees. Headmaster: David V. Hicks.

College prep with emphasis on a rigorous academic program plus active participation and self-development in both the arts and athletics. Nationally ranked debate team. Coordinates programs with Hockaday School. Excellence in individual sports. Camping and leadership programs in middle and upper school.

The Selwyn School. 3333 West University Drive, Denton 76201. (817) 382-6771. Founded in 1957. Coed, boarding and day, preschool through grade 12 (boarding students are accepted beginning in the eighth grade) Tui tion: boarders $10,200; day students $1,750-$4,850. 315 students; 32 teachers. 12 with advanced degrees. Headmaster: John D. Doncaster.

A college-prep school with class sizes varying from eight to 18. Student-teacher ratio is 8 to 1. For three weeks in March, a special travel and study program (Perspectives) offers learning foreign culture and language in other countries, observing government in Washington, studying marine biology, and archaeology.

Shelton School and Evaluation Center. 5002 W. Lovers Lane, 75209. 352-1772. Founded in 1976. Preschool through eighth grade Tuition: $6.600 plus fees. 230 students; 55 teachers, 38 with advanced degrees. Executive Director: Dr. Sherrye Camp. Director Emeritus: Dr. June Shelton.

Average class consists of seven students. Private therapy is available for children and adults with learning disabilities. Students are tested for learning disabilities and developmental lags at the school evaluation center. Evaluation Center 3574714. TEA accredited.

Trinity Christian Academy. 17001 Addison Road, 75248.931-8325. Founded in 1970. Coed, kindergarten through 12th grade. Tuition: $2,700-$4,200. 900 students; 70 teachers, 40 percent with advanced degrees. Headmaster: Mike Beidel.

The school aims to provide a quality Christian education for college-bound students.

Ursuline Academy. 4900 Walnut Hill Lane, 75229. 363-6551. Founded in 1874. Girls, grades nine, through 12. Tuition: (3,300. 700 students; 60 teachers. Principal: Dr. Jean Placke.

A 111-year-old Catholic college prep high school for young women. Philosophy is to combine academic excellence and high standards of scholarship with moral, spiritual, intellectual, social, and physical growth. Special offerings include retreat programs, community service program. Government in Action program, and a special humanities program.

The Walden Preparatory School. 14552 Mont-fort Drive, 75240. 233-6883. Founded in 1970. Coed, grades nine through 12 or ages 14 through 19- Tuition: $4,000 plus fees. 85 students; 10 teachers, four with advanced degrees. Director: Pamela Stone.

A private alternative school geared to re-motivate and re-direct students and to prepare them for college, walden also works with students who have minor learning disabilities. Accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. Some classes self-paced.

White Rock North Private School. 9727 White Rock Trail, 75238, 348-7410. Founded in 1965. Coed. 2 years through third grade. Tuition: $1,200-$2,520. 400 students, 25 teachers, four with advanced degrees. Directors: Mary and John Adams.

A highly structured program geared to students working at or above grade level. A summer day camp program is included for students through age 12. Extended day for working parents.

Winston School. 5707 Royal Lane, 75229- 691-6950. Founded in 1973. Coed, grades one through 12. Tuition: $6,700-$7.100. 250 students; 35 teachers. 15 with advanced degrees. Headmaster: Paul Erwin.

Programs are designed to emphasize a student’s strengths. Classes in drama, ceramics, computer sciences, and photography.

Zion Lutheran School. 6121 E lovers Lane, 75214.363-1630. Founded in 1948. Coed, 3 years through eighth grade. Tuition: $1,910, 250 students; 14 teachers, eight with advanced degrees. Principal: Wilbert E. Krause

Religious education, usual curriculum areas, plus computer classes, outdoor education week, sports program, band, choir, and art. Accredited by the TEA and by the Lutheran Church.


Arlington Country Day School. 1100 Roosevelt St.. Arlington 76011. 275-0211. Founded in 1959- Coed, preschool through 10th grade (adding llth and 12th grades). Tuition: $1,175-$4,035. 270 students; 35 teachers, the majority have advanced degrees. Principal: Christine Felton.

College preparatory curriculum. Foreign languages are begun in preschool. Students are taught to play the recorder in the music program. Also offers an art program along with private gymnastics and physical education. Sponsors a summer enrichment program and a soccer camp. Computer program beginning in kindergarten.

Fort Worth Christian School. 7517 Bogart Dr, North Richland Hills 76118. 281-6504. Coed, preschool through 12th grade. Tuition: $l.620-$2,970. 850 students; 85 teachers, all certified, some with master’s degrees. Superintendent: Jerry Plemons.

Basic curriculum, state certified, with foreign languages, drama, art, and computer courses taught. Bible class is required. Day care available for families associated with school.

The Oakridge School. 5900 W. Pioneer Parkway, Arlington 76103. 457-8722. Founded in 1979. Coed, preschool through 12th grade. Tuition: $1,976-$3,530. 600 students: 55 teachers. Headmaster: Andy Broadus.

College preparatory, with grade requirements more | stringent than average. Foreign languages are introduced in preschool. Computers are introduced in the lower school.

St. John the Apostle Day School and Preschool. 7421 Glenview Dr., North Richland Hills (mailing address: Fort Worth 76118). 284-2228, Founded in 1965. Coed, preschool through eighth grade Tuition: $470-$1.134 (parish members). $1,596 (non-members). 450 students; 25 teachers. Principal: Leona Schwartz.

Basics are taught along with religion classes.

St. Vincent Episcopal School. 3201 W. Pipeline Road, Euless 76040. 354-7979. Founded in 1962. Coed, preschool through 6th grade Tuition: $750-$2,150. 235 students; 22 teachers, three with advanced degrees. Director: Charlotte Risinger.

Basic curriculum plus Spanish, computer sciences, fine arts, music, and physical education.

Treetops School. Rural Route 1, Box 257, Euless 76040 (on Pipeline Road east of Highway 157). 283-1771. Founded in 1972. Coed, preschool through I2th grade Tuition: $540-$1,800. 120 students; 20 teachers (12 full-time), 80 percent have advanced degrees. Director: Dr. Chris Kallstrom.

A holistic approach is taken with the students, who are allowed to work at their own pace Computers, Suzuki flute, and foreign languages are taught. Students take school trips abroad. The program incorporates international education. An advanced-placement program with Texas Wesleyan College in Fort Worth is designed for llth and 12th grades. Students receive college credit. TEA accredited


Fort Worth Private School Directory is a comprehensive listing of private schools and selected extracurricular school programs in the Fort Worth area. It will sell for $10. More than 110 private schools, tutorial programs, enrichment programs, and preschools are listed. The directory, produced by Jean Kelly and Paige Kelly, will be available by early summer by mail from the publisher or through local bookstores. For more information, call (817) 731-8912 or write RO. Box 470960, Fort worth, Texas 76147.

All Saints Episcopal Parish Day School. 8200 Tumbleweed Trail. 76108. 246-2411 Founded in the early Fifties. Coed, preschool through tenth grades. Tuition: Preschool ranges from $550-$1.150, depending on program; grades 1-5,$2.225; grades 6-8, $2,375; grades 9-10, $3.350. 700 students; 50 teachers, many with advanced degrees. Director of Schools: Donna Michels,

Enriched curriculum. In addition to the basics, Spanish, art. music, physical education, health, computer, and religion are taught in all levels. Electives begin with the middle grades. The school offers special programs for gifted and talented learners.

Fort Worth Country Day School 4200 Coun try Day, 76109. 732-7718. Founded in 1962. Coed, kindergarten through 12th grade. Tuition: $2,500-$4,800. 900 students; 90 teachers, 55 with advanced degrees. Headmaster: Ted Sanford.

Program is college preparatory that stresses academics, athletics, and the visual and performing arts. Foreign languages (French and Spanish) and computer studies are begun in early grades.

Hill School. 3109 Lubbock, 76109- 923-9482. Founded in 1974. A private non-profit school for students in kindergarten through eighth grade who have learning disabilities, hyperactivity, or attention deficit disorder. Tuition $3,950 plus fees. Pupil-teacher ratio 1 to 8. Director: Lucille Hanrattie

Serving children with average to above-average intelligence. Located several blocks from TCU, where the physical education program is held twice a week.

Nolan High School. 4501 Bridge St., 76103. 429-2920. Founded in 1961 and remains Tarrant County’s only Catholic secondary school. Coed, grades seven through 12. Tuition: $2,050-2,550. 950 students; 62 teachers; about one-third have advanced degrees. Director: Brother Pistone.

A comprehensive curriculum with an emphasis on college-bound and gifted students. Computers and foreign languages are taught. Honors program in English and math.

College preparatory, with grade requirements more stringent than average. Foreign languages are introduced in preschool. Computers are introduced in the lower school.

St. Andrew’s Catholic Church School. 3304 Dryden, 76109. 924-8917. Founded in 1954. Coed, preschool through eighth grades. Tuition: $400-$1,150 for Catholics, $400-$2,010 for non-Catholics. 40 teachers, nine with advanced degrees. Principal: Clarice Peninger.

Basics taught along with computers, religion, physical education. Spanish, and choir.

St. Paul Lutheran School. 1800 W. Freeway, 76102. 3324563. Founded in 1969. Coed, preschool through eighth grades. Tuition: $630-$1,125.215 students; 14 teachers, four with advanced degrees. Principal: Timothy Miesner.

TEA accredited, a computer in every classroom, basics and religion taught daily. Bus service offered for students in Fort Worth.

Trinity Valley School. 6101 McCart Ave, 76133 292-6060. Founded in 1959. Coed, kindergarten through 12th grade. Tuition: $2.500-$4.500. 640 students; 50 teachers, 30 with advanced degrees. Headmaster: Stephen Seleny.

Course work is accelerated and college preparatory. Students generally excel a year ahead of public school standings. Computer terminals are in every classroom, and Spanish courses are begun in kindergarten.

The White Lake School. 501 Oakland Blvd. N., 76103- 457-6736. Founded in 1971. Coed, preschool through sixth grades. Tuition: $2,450-$3,150. 175 students. Headmaster: Jerry T. Johnson.

Accelerated curriculum. In addition to a strong academic program, Spanish, music, art, and physical education are taught at all levels.

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