Private School in New Jersey

FAQs

Frequently Asked Questions

Do all students receive specials (how about Specialist Teachers) such as Physical Education, Spanish, Art, and Music?

Yes, all students in grades Pre-K 2 through Eighth grade have the opportunity to engage in (these enrichment programs). The frequency of these classes depends on the grade level.

Are before care and extended day available?

Early morning and extended day care is available. (There is a nominal fee).

  • Early morning drop-off from 6:30 to 8:00 a.m.
  • Extended day care from 3:00 to 5:30 p.m.

 

Are students provided technology devices or do families need to provide their own?

Students in grades 5-8 are provided a one-to-one device for their use in the classroom and at home.  Students in lower grades have the opportunity to use one-on-one devices during technology classes or when classroom instruction is designed for its integration.  Students are provided a balance between handwriting and technology.

Is financial aid available?

Woodland Country Day School has been committed to sustaining a financial aid program in order to make a Woodland education accessible to families from all socioeconomic backgrounds.

Financial aid is awarded across grade levels from Kindergarten to Grade 8. Our admissions process reviews applications separate from our committee determining financial aid awards. Following families’ application processes through the FAST Financial Aid Program during Winter registration months our Financial Aid Committee will meet in the Spring to review applicants on an anonymous basis, and determine awards at that time.

Woodland maintains open enrollment year round to support families working to develop a great educational experience for their children. We look forward to meeting you soon and working together to help your students grow.

Families who apply for financial assistance will receive a notification letter at the time as their child’s admission decision.

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