Tuition & Fees

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tuition & Fees

Lower School Grades K-5

 

Note:  In order to reserve your child’s spot, please remit to the school office the $100 registration fee plus the ($250 enrollment fee for Kindergarten or the $300 enrollment fee for Grades 1-5), along with this completed contract. Your spot is not confirmed until the school has received all of these items. Thank you.

Upper School Grades 6-8

 

Note:  In order to reserve your child’s spot, please remit your $150 registration fee plus the $350 enrollment fee to the school office.  Your spot cannot be confirmed until the school has received these items. Thank you.

 
Grade 10 ½ Payment Plan Annual Tuition
Kindergarten* $1,178.00 $12,369.00
1st-5th Grade* $1,178.00 $12,369.00
Gifted Program   $600.00 (additional fee)
 
Grade 10 ½ Payment Plan Annual Tuition
6,7,8th Grade $1,493.00 $15,645.00
     
     

A non-refundable annual enrollment fee of $250.00 for Kindergarten or $300.00 for Grades 1-5.

A non-refundable technology fee of $50.00 for Kindergarten and $100 for Grades 1-5.

Extended Care AM/PM Tuition: $160.00 (10 ½ Payments).

Extended Care is from 3:20pm-6:30pm.

A non-refundable technology fee of $250.00 for Grades 6-8.

Extended Care AM/PM Tuition: $160.00 (10 ½ Payments).

Extended Care is from 3:20pm-6:30pm.

 

 

 
Small Class Size
Attention is given to each and every student in both small group and individual settings to provide the time needed and understanding to develop strong competency.
Curriculum
For over 50 years, our elite team of teachers offer students a traditional academic foundation accompanied by enrichment, electives, STEAM, foreign language, and P.E. Students score in the top 10% on standardized tests
Open Communications
Good communication is at the foundation of a successful partnership. At Woodcrest we establish frequent and consistent two-way communication with families to ensure that parents are informed of their child's academic progress.
Social Action
In addition to strong academics, Woodcrest students develop empathy and compassion for peers and the community at-large. Daily emphasis is placed on character and peer to peer collaboration and communication.

Key Points

Social and emotional learning
Stanford Harmony’s Social and Emotional learning is in the school’s DNA, and our students are deeply involved in service learning and helping the community.
Well rounded Curriculum
Students score in the top 10% on standardized tests. Woodcrest is WASC Accredited with plentiful after-school enrichment classes.
Connection with Students
A majority of our teachers have worked at Woodcrest for over 15 years which give a deep connection to each of our students.