Rolling Enrollment… Apply Now
Primoris™ Academy has rolling enrollment for the 2013-14 school year which means you can apply now and potentially have your son or daughter attend our unique school in just a matter of a week or two. Also, it does not cost anything to apply to Primoris Academy. The first time payment is due is after your child has received an acceptance from our school. Below, you can learn more about our simple student application process.
Admissions 5-Step Process
Proper assessment is critical to successful placement at Primoris Academy to ensure that your child will thrive at Primoris Academy. Primoris Academy has a simple 5-step admissions process to ensure every student who attends our school can reach his or her full potential. These steps are:
- Demonstrate cognitive ability
- Parent questionnaire and meeting
- Student academic assessment
Each of the five steps are explained below. After these steps, we will be able to recommend whether or not Primoris Academy would be in the best educational interest of your child. Only after acceptance does Primoris Academy request any kind of payment with submission of the registration form.
If you haven’t been to our school yet, please visit! We hold “Open Houses” periodically throughout the year (please check our school calendar), but also provide private tours on a regular basis. To arrange a private tour, just call us at (201) 722-1000.
2. Apply (no cost)
After your tour of Primoris Academy and you wish to proceed, the next step is to fill out our New Student Application Form. There is no application fee to apply to Primoris Academy. Please us the button below to download our “New Student Application Form.”
3. Demonstrate Cognitive Ability
While we require all applicants to take one of the established intelligence tests (such as NNAT2, OLSAT, CogAt, Wechsler, or Stanford-Binet among others) to determine a baseline cognitive ability, there is no absolute minimum IQ score required for admissions. We know that test scores can only partially indicate a child’s level of giftedness and propensity for success in our program. Please check out the intelligence testing centers located near Primoris Academy.
4. Parent Questionnaire and Meeting
Our admissions process continues with a parent questionnaire and meeting to better understand from the parents point of view the gifted aspects of their child.
5. Student Academic Assessment
Finally, each child is has a personal academic assessment session with the Executive Director of Primoris Academy. Also, there are optional tests that can help determine proper placement at Primoris Academy including the NJASK and ERB-ECAA tests. If your child has taken one of these tests, we encourage you to share the results with us during the interview process.
Tuition and Schedule for the 2013-14 School Year
Tuition is tiered and based upon a child’s age. Tuition includes all fees as well as material costs (books and supplies). The exceptions are field trips and any instrument rentals. The school student class hours are shown below. The school office is open until 5:00 PM each day. Please see our school calendar for the details of our school year including Holidays, Recess, Parent/Teacher Conferences, Primoris Special Events, and more.
(September 9, 2013 - June 13, 2014)
|Student’s Age as of October 1, 2013||Tuition||Hours|
|5~6 Year Olds||$14,000||8:30 AM ~ 2:45 PM|
|7~9 Year Olds||$17,500||8:30 AM ~ 2:45 PM|
|10~12 Year Olds||$19,500||8:30 AM ~ 2:45 PM|
Have a Question About Admissions?
While them majority of our information about admissions is presented above, we realize that we have not covered everything that parents frequently ask. Subsequently, we have assembled a list of “Frequently Asked Questions” about Admissions on a separate page. Click here to read our FAQs on admissions.
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