Fairhhill Facts

Grades: 1-12 Grade

Current Enrollment: 150 Students

Tuition: 2023-2024
Grades 1-5, $24,500 (includes $3,000 enrollment deposit)
Grades 6-8, $24,800 (includes $3,000 enrollment deposit)
Grades 9-12, $25,100 (includes $3,000 enrollment deposit)

16150 Preston Road (East side of Preston between Arapaho and Campbell)

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

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; band program; percussion ensemble; competitive sports; intramural sports; community service; Chess; student ambassadors; Student Council; student interest clubs

High School (Grades 9-12): college and career exploration; curriculum specific field trips; 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

Admission procedure:
Diagnostic testing is required.   If it is determined that your student is a candidate for admission, an interview will be arranged with the Executive Director, followed by student visit / interview.   Visit our website, fairhill.org/inquiry.