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What is the Student-Teacher ratio?2020-05-13T15:00:57+00:00

Lower School 12:1

Middle School 15:1

High School 15:1

What colleges have Crenshaw graduates attended?2020-05-13T15:00:31+00:00

Crenshaw graduates have gone on to some of the finest colleges and universities in Florida, as well as Columbia University and Princeton University. Please see our complete listing here.


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

99% of Crenshaw graduates attend higher education.

What if my child has special strengths or interests that he may want to explore further?2020-05-13T14:59:24+00:00

Crenshaw meets with teachers, and parents and students to assist in finding or providing resources that can enrich or extend the curriculum at Crenshaw. In addition, we have the option for older students to set up an Independent Study where they can earn credits for work in areas that may not be available through our regular curriculum.

Can our child receive academic support beyond the classroom if needed?2020-05-13T14:58:44+00:00

Crenshaw has an in-house tutoring program to provide support in organization, study skills and content area concepts and curriculum.

How is The Crenshaw School accredited?2020-05-13T14:58:13+00:00

Crenshaw is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Council on Accreditation and School Improvement (SACS CASI) www.sacs.org, Accreditation International (AI) www.aiaccredits.org, National Council for Private School Accreditation (NCPSA) www.ncpsa.org, and the Association of Independent Schools of Florida (AISF) www.aisfl.com.

Why should our child enroll at Crenshaw School?2020-05-13T14:57:50+00:00

The Crenshaw School focuses on the individual needs of a child. Every child is different and learns by different means. Crenshaw does not force a child to fit into programs and standards – it works with each child. Our small class sizes ensure that a child will be known by name and not by seating charts.