Q&A

What are the primary entry points to Villa Academy?

The primary entry points for Villa Academy are at preschool, kindergarten, and sixth grade.  There are limited spaces available in other grades and we encourage inquiries about openings for specific grades at any time.  Please contact the Admission Office at (206) 527-9388 or via email for more information.

How old does my child need to be to start school?

Villa Academy follows the Washington State cut-off for kindergarten.  Students must be 5 by August 31.

For preschool classes, age cut-offs are as follows:

* P3 – 3 by August 31

* P4 – 4 by August 31

* P5 – 5 by December 31

When should I start the application process?

We encourage families to begin the application process in the fall of the year prior to desired admission. Applications received prior to our January 15, 2013 deadline will be considered in our first round of admission decisions which are made in late March.  Late applications are reviewed on a rolling basis space permitting.

What does the application process involve?

Because of the age range we serve, Villa Academy has designed developmentally appropriate application processes specific to preschool, kindergarten, 1st-4th grade, and 5th-8th grade.  For specifics about each process, click here.

What does it cost to attend Villa Academy?

The Board of Trustees establishes tuition for the following year each January. For the 2013-14 school year, annual tuition has been set at:

* P3:              $5,645

* P4:              $8,910

* P5:              $12,480

* K-5th:          $16,725

* 6th-8th:       $17,385

Tuition does not include uniforms, laptops, transportation, lunch, enrichment activities, or extended day care.

Do you offer financial aid?

Yes. Villa Academy offers need-based tuition assistance.  For more information about the school’s financial aid philosophy and the application process, click here.