Recently, there has been plenty of coverage in the media regarding racially motivated police killings and subsequent protests. This sad reality is not new, but thank God it is being addressed. As a Christian school community, it is our duty to carry each other’s burdensas it states in Proverbs 6:2. Hence,it is our prayer that all people will be treated lovingly and justly, for this is the will of God. Furthermore, this moment prompts us to action as outlined below.
Excelsior Arts Preparatory School has always taken a proactive instructional approach to ensure that all of its students receive a relevant, well rounded, and competitive education. Currently, our educational team is reflecting upon our practices, from the history textbooks we use, educational enrichment programs we host, to the subtle and direct messages we send our students each day. The irrefutable fact is that students are receiving messages from many different sources about the world in which they live. These messages are framing their perspective on life, which in return will influence their future choices. We are committed to combatting the miseducation of children by fitting each student with an unclouded set of lens. For this purpose, we are strategically revising our Social Studies curriculum, Leadership development program, and Multi-cultural day program. For more on each revision, please click the link below.
By nurturing our students' innate curiosity within the framework of Christian tenets, dialogue, inquiry, reflection, and meaningful activities students will seek the truth in all matters. All voices will be honored as students are led to respect and embrace their own uniqueness and differences in the world.
For centuries students and societies have been miseducated, causing social disturbance, racial, cultural, and gender rife to perpetuate from generation to generation. We ask parents to join us on our never ending quest to challenge ourselves to explore our individual questions about race, equality, and empowerment in order to help shape a more well informed future. Together we will make a difference.
Parents, we know that these are challenging topics to speak with your child about. For this reason, we have added two links below that have helpful tips about how to speak with your children about racism injustices.
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The EAPS Summer Camp Schedule is now Ready!
June 29- July 31
Ages (5-6) and (7-10)
Price: $130 weekly
Days: 2 hours per day (Mon.-Fri.) Class limit - 10 students
Time: 9:30-11:45 (includes 15 minutes break)
Join us in this international adventure where our main objective is to virtually immerse children in a rich Spanish environment where they will discover new learning experiences and possibilities.
EAPS campers will spend one hour each day sharing virtual learning experiences with Dominican Republican campers and a native speaking Spanish teacher. The next hour will be spent virtually with an English speaking teacher and friends from the Dominican Republic.
SKILLS REINFORCEMENT CAMP
Ages: 3-4, 5-6, 7-9, 10-12
Time: 9:30 - 10:30 (ages 5-6)
We offer weekday REINFORCEMENT camps that cover different topics each day from these areas:
Language Arts- Reading, Writing, and Speaking
MathThis program will equip campers to be ready for the fall as they will cover basic skills.
SUMMER ART CAMP
Ages:(4-6) & (7-10)
Time:12:30-1:30 PM (ages 4-6)
Discover the artist in you! Children love art. They will explore art techniques and colors, observe patterns, and see the connection between art, science, and math. Presented by their Beloved Art instructor, Mrs. Sharon Lettera.
PIXAR IN A BOX
Time: 12:30-1:30Reinforce math, science, and writing skills as you enter the world of Pixar Animation Studio. Campers will have tons of fun digging deep into computer science and storytelling. They may not even know that they are learning....just having fun.
Let your voice be heard
Time: 2:00- 3:00 (Mon-Fri.)
We will reinforce communication and writing skills as we learn to use the social web learning platform Flipgrid.
Some of our topics include
Our Worlds are the Same
I have a Joke for You
Let's Make the World a Better Place
Price: $80 weekly
Time: 3:30 PM - 4:30 PM (Mon.-Thurs.)Campers imagination will fly as they learn how to code animated images and games using Java Script and HTML...This class is a good compliment to Pixar in a Box.
Spanish Through Music and Games
Ages 3- 4 and 5-7
Times-9:30- 10:30 (ages 7-9)
Beginner or Intermediate Mandarin Classes
Price: $80.00 weekly
Mondays, Wednesday, & Thursday 9:45AM- 10:45 and/or
Mandarin class will provide campers with the basic skills in listening and speaking as they enjoy exploring a new language and culture.
Music with Keyboarding
Price: $140.00 weekly
Times- tentative schedule based on enrollment
Campers will have fun learning how to read, write, and play musical notes on the keyboard. This program will end with a recital
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2020-2021 Schedule of Tuition and Fees
Early Re-Registration Fee (due by June 20, 2020) $175.00
(This includes book fees, activity fees, technology fees, lab fees, facility fees. It is non-refundable.)
Re-Registration Fee after June 20, 2020 $350.00
(This includes book fees, activity fees, technology fees, lab fees, facility fees)
This application fee includes students' assessments, necessary paper work, and administrative cost associated with the application process. It is non-refundable.
The cost of registration includes text book fees, technology fees, facility fees, and a matriculation fee. It is non-refundable.
School Fundraising Fee: ($50.00) due by July 1, 2020. Tuition does not cover the costs of providing students with an EAPS education. To help keep our prices affordable, all EAPS families are typically required to $100 PTO due, also known as a fundraising commitment fee. Due to COVID-19, we have cut the initial fee in half. Still, there is an additional fundraising commitment of $200.00. This payment can be made by participation in fundraising efforts or paid by parents. Graduation Fee (Due Oct. 1, 2020): $100.00 due by October 1, 2020. This fee is used to offset costs associated with graduation and covers cap and gown, and other ceremony expenses and will be added to your October 2020 student account invoice/statement. Aftercare Fee: PARENT agrees to pay the applicable after care fee for the school year. The after school fee schedule for the said school year is as follows: ALL GRADES: Services: Hourly - $20.00, Daily - $25.00, Weekly - $50.00, Monthly - $200.00 School hours are 8:00 A.M. - 3 P.M. Since there is a very generous grace period from 3-3:30P.M. during which PARENTS may pick up their children, if at any time a child is picked up after 3:30P.M. that PARENT’S account will be assessed a $20.00 daily fee or an hourly fee, whichever is less, for after care services. Abuse of the grace period, such as frequent use of it will result in revocation of the grace period for those abusers. After School Care Services end a 6:00P.M. There is a $1.00 per minute late fee assessed after 6:00P.M. The $1.00 per minute late fee must be paid at pick up time. Extra-Curricular Activities Dance $65.00 per month Optional Catered Lunch Program Fee PARENT agrees to pay the applicable tuition for the 2020-2021 school year. The fee schedule for the said school year is as follows: 2020-2021 Schedule of Tuition Grade Levels Annual Fees Quarterly Plan 11 Months Plan Weekly Plan Preschool (2-yr olds) $8,888.00 $2,222.00 $808.00 $202.00 Preschool (3-yr olds) $8173.00 $2,043.00 $743.00 $185.75 Pre-K $8,352.00 $2,088.00 $759.27 $189.82 Kindergarten $9,072.00 $2,268.00 $824.73 $206.18 Grade 1 $9,177.00 $2,294.25 $834.27 $208.57 Grades 2-5 $9,029.00 $2,257.25 $820.82 $205.20 Grades 6-8 $9,200.00 $2,300.00 $836.36 $209.09
After-Care Registration: Annual Fee of $50.00
Students can participate in the following extra-curricular activities. The fee is per activity and applies for the entire year.
Karate $75.00 per month
Piano Lessons $75.00 per month
$140 for any two clubs
$200 for all three clubs
PARENT has the option to pay the applicable lunch program fee for the school year. The fee schedule for the said school year is as follows: ALL GRADES: ($22.50 weekly) ($4.50 daily)
* Lunch must be ordered one month in advance. Lunch must also be cancelled in writing, at least one month in advance in order to be excused from the payment of the lunch ordered. All lunch orders must be paid at the time the order is made. Parents with overdue tuition accounts must pay for lunch in cash prior to ordering lunch.
Payments due the
1st of July., Sept.,
Dec. & March
1st Payment due
1st Week's payment
due July 1st
School Fundraising Fee: ($50.00) due by July 1, 2020.
Tuition does not cover the costs of providing students with an EAPS education. To help keep our prices affordable, all EAPS families are typically required to $100 PTO due, also known as a fundraising commitment fee. Due to COVID-19, we have cut the initial fee in half. Still, there is an additional fundraising commitment of $200.00. This payment can be made by participation in fundraising efforts or paid by parents.
Graduation Fee (Due Oct. 1, 2020): $100.00 due by October 1, 2020. This fee is used to offset costs associated with graduation and covers cap and gown, and other ceremony expenses and will be added to your October 2020 student account invoice/statement.
Aftercare Fee: PARENT agrees to pay the applicable after care fee for the school year. The after school fee schedule for the said school year is as follows:
Services: Hourly - $20.00, Daily - $25.00, Weekly - $50.00, Monthly - $200.00
School hours are 8:00 A.M. - 3 P.M. Since there is a very generous grace period from 3-3:30P.M. during which PARENTS may pick up their children, if at any time a child is picked up after 3:30P.M. that PARENT’S account will be assessed a $20.00 daily fee or an hourly fee, whichever is less, for after care services. Abuse of the grace period, such as frequent use of it will result in revocation of the grace period for those abusers.
After School Care Services end a 6:00P.M. There is a $1.00 per minute late fee assessed after 6:00P.M. The $1.00 per minute late fee must be paid at pick up time.
Dance $65.00 per month
Optional Catered Lunch Program Fee
PARENT agrees to pay the applicable tuition for the 2020-2021 school year. The fee schedule for the said school year is as follows:
2020-2021 Schedule of Tuition
11 Months Plan
Preschool (2-yr olds)
Preschool (3-yr olds)
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