Fairhill Facts and Tuition

Providing the best possible education to learning different students since 1971

Students First. Education Focused.

Strong schools thrive by doing what they do best. Since its founding, Fairhill has remained focused on a well-articulated mission and purpose, which is to “provide the best possible education to learning different students”. Fairhill’s teachers provide an academic oasis for students where they learn despite challenges, gain confidence in their abilities and learn how to learn.

We have intelligent, capable, multi-talented students and a sound educational program which is designed to meet their needs. The larger Fairhill community of parents and the Board of Directors continue to provide the extra support we need to succeed. It is this partnership that allows Fairhill to fulfill its mission and help children thrive, not merely survive their educational journey.

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Tuition and Fees

Grades: 1-12 Grade

Current Enrollment: 150 Students

Tuition: 2024-2025
Grades 1-5, $25,900 (includes $3,000 enrollment deposit)
Grades 6-8, $26,200 (includes $3,000 enrollment deposit)
Grades 9-12, $26,500 (includes $3,000 enrollment deposit)

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School Hours:

Elementary School (grades 1-5) 8:10 AM to 3:10 PM  every Wednesday, early dismissal at 2:00pm

Middle School (grades 6-8) 8:10 AM to 3:20 PM, every Wednesday early dismissal at 2:10pm

High School (grades 9-12) 8:10 AM to 3:30 PM, every Wednesday early dismissal at 2:20pm


Southern Association of Colleges and Schools/AdvancED
All Fairhill credits are accepted by institutions of higher learning

Standardized testing:

Lexia Reading Assessment
ACT Aspire – 10th grade
PSAT – 11th grade
Stanford Achievement Test
SAT/ACT college entrance exam (preparation and testing)

Enrichment curriculum:

Executive function skills, visual arts, computer/technology,  instrumental music, performing arts, library skills, physical education, character education, mindfulness, robotics

School-wide activities:

Back to School Tailgate Event; Moms’ Visiting Day; Homecoming Events; Red Ribbon Week; Basketball Tip Off Night; Dads’ Visiting Day; Grandparents’ Visiting Day; Earth Day; Field Day

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Extracurricular activities:

Elementary School (Grades 1-5): curriculum specific field trips; environmental study trip for grade 5; band program; Select Singers;  community service; Chess; student ambassadors; student interest clubs

Middle School (Grades 6-8): curriculum specific field trips; environmental study trip for grade 6; Texas History trip for grade 7; band program; percussion ensemble; competitive sports; intramural sports; community service; Chess; student ambassadors; Student Council; student interest clubs

High School (Grades 8-12): college and career exploration; curriculum specific field trips; educational study tours; competitive sports;  Homecoming activities; International Thespian Society; National Art Honor Society; National Honor Society; National Spanish Honor Society; Student Council; student ambassadors; volunteer community service programs; Junior/Senior Prom;

Dress code:

Uniforms required

Additional services:

Diagnostic Assessment Center; catered lunch program; college and career counseling service; parent education program; summer program;  tutorials


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Admission Procedure

Fairhill helped her to become self-confident in her studies and interpersonal relationships.  She attended Fairhill School from 4th grade – 12th grade and graduated as Salutatorian of her class.

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Fairhill family for 9 years