Because Waxahachie Prep is a University-Model® school, parents are able to pick and choose the courses they would like for their students to take. Parents may choose to enroll their students in a full day of classes, a half day of classes, or simply take one, two, or three classes on campus or online.
Primary Students (K5-2nd grades) and Elementary (3rd-6th grades) students attend classes on campus Tuesday and Thursday only. Junior High (7th-8th) and Senior High (9th-12th) students attend classes on campus Monday/Wednesday/Friday. Detailed assignments are given via ParentsWeb by a degreed teacher to help the parent at home while co-teaching and/or monitoring the student. The student's grade level determines the parent's level of involvement. The younger the student, the more highly involved the parent will be. As the student progresses through the program, the parent gives the student more responsibilities and therefore facilitates the independence that occurs before the child leaves home for college. Parental roles are clearly stated by the administration in order to help the parent know where they need to be in relation to their child's grade level.
The one-on-one time spent at home with the child doing Christian-based curriculum helps build a solid foundation and helps to facilitate the parent as the number one influence in the child's life with Christ as the central focus.
As you pray over WPA as on option and review the tuition and fees, if you have questions please feel free to contact the Admissions Coordinator.