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Yes. For grades K5 & 1st The Admission Test is an Oral basic skills test and lasts about 20 minutes. Grades 2-12 The Admission Test is the Otis Lennon school ability test and lasts approximately one hour.
It usually takes about 3 to 5 days from the date of testing. The decision may be delayed if all necessary documents are not received.
Yes, $50.00 for new students
Please contact the Business Office for more information in regards to finaincial assistance. Windsor participates with Goal Scholarship Program. Goal is need-based financial assistance for students entering Pre-K or Kindergarten. Goal is also for students who enroll in Windsor who are attending public school.
Yes, Windsor requires grade and discipline transcripts from all prior schools attended.
Yes, Grades 5th- 12th are allowed to shadow. The school administration and teachers strongly encourage new students to shadow a day at the school. We will match your child with a current Windsor student and he/she can spend half a school day going to class, meeting new friends, and enjoying our lunches. If you are interested in shadowing please call the office to set up a time with Melissa Giles at 478-781-1621 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Yes, Windsor does have a uniform.Uniforms can be purchased from the School Store or from Southern Grace
Lower school average class size is 10 students. Middle school average class size is 16 students Upper school average class size is 16 students.
Yes, we provide transportation to and from school to a limited area. We do provide transportation to Windsor’s interscholastic sport and academic activities. Most of our coaches are licensed to drive our full size bus and all coaches and other staff members are licensed to drive our vans to activities away from our campus. If you are interested in seeing if we pick up in your area, please contact Melissa Giles at 478-781-1621 or email email@example.com in regards to van routes.
Yes, we are accredited by SACS-SAIS-Southern Association of Colleges & Schools.