Sixth Grade

We have Sixth Grade openings. Call us today for a school tour: (757) 499-6064

Admissions Contacts

Ruby DeCastro-Brown
Admissions
(757) 499-6064
Connie Watson
Admissions
(757) 499-6064

Discounts

Multiple Student Tuition Discount: Families with two or more children will receive a tuition discount for each child as follows: Student in the highest grade level is considered as the first child.
• 2nd child – 5%
• 3rd child – 10%
• 4th child and up – 15%
**Fees are not included. Fees are additional. Only one discount per family will apply.

Military Discount: Active duty military families will receive a 7% discount on the yearly tuition.
**Fees are not included. Fees are additional. Only one discount per family will apply.

Early Payment Discount: Families paying tuition in full at the time of submitting a contract will receive a discount of 3% on tuition, regardless of any other discounts applied.

Merit Scholarships

MERIT SCHOLARSHIP: One student will be awarded 50% off the yearly tuition based on Christian character, academic performance, and teachers’ evaluations. This scholarship will be effective on October 1, 2017. Scholarship application will be due no later than September 5, 2017.

About the Sixth Grade Program

Parents will need to complete all sections of the Admission Application and submit the application fee. Our Admissions Staff will call to schedule a school tour. We have very small class sizes so your child will have the attention he or she needs to excel.

Sixth Grade Curriculum

Bible: Bob Jones Press | Students are guided in learning more about God and His plan of salvation for all people. Students will apply God’s standards in establishing good Christian living skills and will use Bible study aids such as cross-references, concordances, Bible dictionaries, and Bible commentaries.

Literature: Veritas Press | Students are engaged with a variety of character-building stories as well as classical literature selections from which biblical principles are drawn. An emphasis on literary elements, higher-level thinking skills, and vocabulary enrichment is a bridge to the traditional literature classes that begin in junior high.

Math: Veritas Press | Students are taught to apply their knowledge of operations and properties with whole numbers to fractions, decimals, and solving for unknowns in geometry while learning the grammar of math 87. Saxon.

History: Bob Jones Press | Tour the lands, peoples, and cultures of ancient civilizations in Africa, Asia, Europe, and the Americas. Help your students learn the history and influences of these peoples on religion and the world today. Students expand Christian worldview and enrich their critical thinking skills.

Science: Bob Jones Press | Students are shown God’s wonderful creation through a study of the earth, cells and organisms, matter and energy, astronomy, heredity, and the nervous and immune systems.

Linguistics: Veritas Press | Students examine vocabulary from classical roots of Greek and Latin words.

Spanish: Veritas Press | Pronunciation and expansion of content for children.

Writing/Grammar: Bob Jones Press | English 6 continues the study of sentences, nouns, pronouns, verbs, adjectives, adverbs, prepositions, and conjunctions as well as practice in reference skills. Students use the Writing Process to write personal narratives, newspaper editorials, instructions, research reports, historical fiction, compare-contrast essays, limericks, free verse, and cover letters for submitting work to a publisher.

Tuition & Fees:

Tuition: $6,580 per year
Book Fees: $385
These fees must be paid by July 1st, 2017, before the first tuition payment and is non-refundable. Children cannot start school before book fees are paid.
Technology Fee: $100 Due by 9/1/2017
Athletic Fee: $50 Per Athlete/Per Sport
Application Fee: $50 Does not apply to re-enrollment
Enrollment Fee: $180 Due with application
Late Fee: $45 Will be assessed if there is an outstanding balance on the third of the month.
Returned Check Fee: $45 for each returned check

Supplies Needed For Sixth Grade

1 Pencil pouch
1 Box of 24 count crayons (no glitter; must fit into the supply box)
1 Pack of colored pencils (Crayola Twistables highly recommended)
1 12” ruler with both inches and centimeters
1 Compass
1 Protractor
1 King James Bible
1 USB 8GB flash drive
1 Pair of pointed scissors
4 Glue sticks (no glue pens)
1 Package of pencil top erasers
2 Boxes 24 count #2 pencils (1 each semester)
1 Package of black ink pens (no gel)
6 Two pocket folders (heavy duty plastic recommended)
6 Packages of wide ruled, 8”x10 ½, loose leaf filler paper each semester
1 Package of graph paper
2 Composition notebooks (wide ruled)
1 Three-holed 2″ loose leaf binder w/ dividers
1 Package of 3”x 5” lined index cards
1 Webster’s Dictionary-Merriam Webster (red cover)
1 Webster’s Thesaurus (yellow cover)
1 Assignment pad (calendar style)
8 Boxes of tissue, standard size (4 each semester)
2 Bottles of hand sanitizer (1 each semester)
1 Gym uniform (purchase from Flynn O’Hara) and 1 pair of gym shoes (to be left at school)
Click HERE to buy uniforms.

Regular Schedule

Mon, Tue, Thur, Fri

Warning Bell 8:23
1st Period 8:25-9:23
2nd Period 9:27-10:16
3rd Period 10:20-11:09
4th Period 11:13-12:02
5th Period 12:06-12:55
Lunch 12:55-1:24
6th Period 1:28-2:17
7th Period 2:21-3:10

Chapel Schedule

Wednesday

Warning Bell 8:23
1st Period 8:25-9:17
2nd Period 9:21-10:04
3rd Period 10:08-10:51
Chapel 10:55-11:35
4th Period 11:39-12:22
5th Period 12:26-1:09
Lunch 1:09-1:36
6th Period 1:40-2:23
7th Period 2:27-3:10

Get In Touch

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Ivy League Academy is a wonderful school. Their small class sizes allow for a very personal learning experience for the children. You should schedule a tour.

Dave Flanagan

President, Spin Modern

Grading Scale

A+ 99-100 G.P.A. 4.0
A 96-98 3.8
A- 94-95 3.6
B+ 91-93 3.3
B 88-90 3.1
B- 85-87 2.9
C+ 82-84 2.6
C 79-81 2.3
C- 77-78 2
D+ 74-76 1.3
D 70-73 1
F 0-69 0

Weighted GPA of 0.5 will be added for advanced courses, e.g., dual enrollment, AP, and Honors.

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