Admissions

Why Intown

Intown’s philosophy of education is based on the practices of Charlotte Mason who believed that children are born persons and that we must educate that whole person – not just the child’s mind. Our K-8 model allows Middle School students to become caring leaders as they participate in student government and shepherd our young children.

We seek to equip students not only with the necessary skills and abilities to move from subject-to-subject and grade-to-grade, but to instill a sense of wonder and exploration about the beauty of what God has created that will transform them into lifelong learners. Academic achievement and achieving an appreciation for the source of true life – Jesus Christ – are not mutually exclusive. We nurture students’ curiosity about God’s world with a curriculum rich in literature, original sources, hands-on experiences, and in-depth study designed to promote critical thinking. Despite our deliberate minimal emphasis on test preparation, Intown students consistently outperform students at area schools on standardized tests.

Admissions

Thank you for your interest in our school. We’re glad that you found us. Due to the uniqueness of our approach, it is important to review our resources carefully to ensure that we are a good fit for your family’s educational goals. We are a community of Christ-followers who seek to run hard after Jesus. This first priority brings academic excellence in the form of curiosity, motivation, perseverance, and joy.

Summer 2018 Enrollment Update: Intown School welcomes new applicants.  Please see the important information below if you are planning to apply for August 2018.
Kindergarten has 4 openings.  Kindergarteners must be 5 by August 1.
1st Grade is closed.
2nd Grade has 6 openings.
3rd grade has 3 openings.
4th grade has 4 openings.
5th grade has 3 openings.
6th grade is on a waiting list basis only.
7th grade has 2 openings.
8th grade has 2 openings.
Applications must be submitted by June 25 in order to guarantee attendance on the first day of school, August 6.

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Intown Community School admits students of any race, color and national or ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students in all programs. The School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color and national or ethnic origin in the administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic or other school-administered programs.