By January 8: Tuition and fees published for the upcoming year.
January 8-29: Complete the Change of Enrollment Form (Opt-out) if you are not returning.
February 1: New enrollment begins and contracts offered to fill open spots.
February 5: Tuition assistance application open and available in FACTS for Financial Aid and ACE.
February 27: Arete Scholarship opens and must be completed on Arete website.
April 8: Tuition assistance application and documents deadline in FACTS.
April 15: Tuition assistance award notifications begin and ACE Scholarship application closes.
Any changes to these important dates will be communicated on our website.
Continuous Enrollment is a simplified re-enrollment process that eliminates annual contracts. Once a student is enrolled at Country Day, he/she is assumed to be enrolled through completion of twelfth grade, unless the family notifies the school otherwise.
Only a small handful of students leave Country Day each year, so parents were required to complete re-enrollment paperwork every year for the sake of a small group. Continuous Enrollment eliminates annual contracts. It saves time and streamlines the process for everyone involved. Once you complete the continuous enrollment agreement, you should never need to sign another enrollment contract!
In addition, continuous enrollment ensures that your spot is secured for the upcoming school year, reduces the amount of paperwork parents need to complete such as field trip consent and technology permissions, and streamlines our administrative processes to better serve our community.
We have created an easy one-page opt-out form for your use. Simply fill out the Change of Enrollment Form before the deadline to let us know you will not be returning.
Yes, you will need to complete one Continuous Enrollment Contract for each child, but you will only need to do it once for their entire career at Country Day.
Tuition and fees for the upcoming school year are posted on or before January 10th. The information is shared with current families through a letter from the school’s administration; the information is also posted on the Country Day website.
Questions about admissions and enrollment should be directed to our Director of Admissions, Kim Roberts.