When can a student enroll in Delphi Academy?
What happens on a child’s Visiting Day?
Older students are evaluated on an individual basis for academic placement and Delphi Program readiness. Ideally, the student is academically working at or above grade level, conducts themselves well and is keen to learn. Based on the results of these assessments, and assuming the student is not seriously behind academically, he or she would be considered for enrollment.
How young can a student be to enroll in your program?
What if we are transferring from another school?
How does placement work?
Do you have a program for the gifted student?
Do you accept students with "behavior problems" or "learning disabilities?"
I see you mention L. Ron Hubbard in your materials. Who is he and what does he have to do with Delphi Academy?
"In educating children, one wants to keep in mind these objectives:
- help them build useful skills and abilities
- make study and learning seem desirable, and
- open the world of knowledge to them."
In our goal to educate and empower students to gain competence, confidence and true understanding, we employ study methodologies from L. Ron Hubbard.
Is this a religious school?
Delphi Academy seeks to celebrate the cultural backgrounds represented in our student body and to educate students about the various heritages and customs of different cultures. However, matters of religion and any child's questions about religion, God or aspects of a spiritual nature are directed back to the parents for answering. The school considers religion to be a personal choice of the family and does not advocate any specific doctrine of faith, worship or belief. Rather, we seek to educate students to appreciate and respect their own and others' spiritual choices.
How do you view the role of parents in a child's education?