Admissions

Enrollment Process

We are pleased that you are interested in learning more about what an education at Theophany School can offer your child.  Below, we have outlined the admissions process.  We encourage you to contact our office at 781-444-3058 and speak with our Director, Elizabeth Mallios, if you have questions.  We look forward to meeting you and your child!

 

The following steps are what you can expect in order to enroll your child:

1.  Schedule a Tour-This will allow you to see our school in action, as students start the day with play and prayer, before entering the routines of their classroom. We welcome you to ask questions about faith-based education, or our thematic curriculum and observe your child interact with his/her potential classmates. Before you leave, be sure to complete a New Student Inquiry Form so that we can inform you on upcoming events and welcome you to our family. 

2.  Complete an Application for Admission-This will express your interest in enrolling your child for that academic year. Please mail or deliver a complete Application for Admission and the application fee to 754 Greendale Avenue Needham, MA 02492. Feel free to call our office if you have a question about this process. 

3. Complete an Enrollment Packet-Once we have received and reviewed your application, you will be contacted by our office and receive an Enrollment Packet. This extensive packet will review your family's program preferences, educationational/developmental history, health information, and parent expectations. Next, we will determine your payment plan and review any potential need for Finanacial Aid. If you have any questions while completing these forms, do not hesitate to contact us so that we may assist you.

Please call 781-444-3058 or send an email to theophanyschool@gmail.com today!

 

 

*Theophany School accepts applications for enrollment  from all children and will not discriminate against any child or their family on the basis of race, religion, toilet-training status, cultural heritage, political beliefs, sexual orientation, national origin, disability or marital status.