Virtual Open House
Welcome to our Virtual Open House!
We are so glad you are here! Please click through the following videos to view our Open House at your own pace and have many frequently asked questions answered. If you have any admissions questions, please contact our Office of Admissions at firstname.lastname@example.org
A message from our Executive Director:
Chinquapin’s Impact – Alumni Video:
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs):
Click each question to view a video answer
Are there adults in the dorms for girls and boys?
What kind of supervision does Chinquapin offer during and after school hours?
When is the due date for submitting all information?
Is income a basis to get admitted?
Is there a thing that can be done for me to be more eligible to go to this school?
What are school hours for day students?
What is the average cost of attendance?
When are the admissions tests dates and times?
Is it mandatory for boys to board?
What about STAAR scores?
Does Chinquapin have a particular educational philosophy or mission?
What does the curriculum at Chinquapin look like?
What is the average class size?
How much homework do students have? What is the school's philosophy/approach?
What sports are available for students?
Can all students participate in sports at Chinquapin?
What professional development opportunities do teachers have? In what ways do teachers collaborate?
Does Chinquapin offer Physical Education (PE) classes?
Does Chinquapin offer tutoring or other support if students need extra help?
What kind of emphasis does Chinquapin place on college preparation?
Does Chinquapin staff set high expectations for all students?
Can families visit students at Chinquapin during the school day/week?
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