|Is Veritas Academy a
homeschool co-op group?
No, we are a private
school that comes alongside homeschooling families to help
them provide their children with a quality classical Christian
Is Veritas Academy
associated with any particular denomination or church?
Veritas students come from a variety
of Christian backgrounds and churches. The school
doesn't receive funding from any denomination, church, or
Is Veritas Academy a
Yes, we are a 501(c)(3) non-profit. All donations
beyond tuition costs are tax deductible.
Do only children from
homeschooling families attend Veritas Academy?
The majority of
our students come from homeschooling families, but students
may occasionally come to Veritas from a public or private
school. Once enrolled, students are considered to be
homeschooled and parents must be leading the child's
education and meet all state legal requirements. Homeschooling parents are required, by
law, to notify their local public school superintendents of
their intent to teach their children at home.
What if I've never
Homeschooling requires a high level
of parental commitment and involvement, even more so if the
child is young. While you are responsible for the
oversight of your child's education (i.e. completion of
assignments and homework, proctoring exams, purchasing
texts, etc.) Veritas exists to support families like yours
and provide structure and accountability for the courses
in which your child enrolls.
|Do students attend classes every weekday?
|Students attend classes at the
Veritas campus two to three days per week depending on the
courses taken. They are expected to be completing
coursework five days per week, including teacher-directed
assignments and exams that may be taken at home. We
follow a "university model" of education that teaches your
child time management and study skills that will help them
tremendously if they choose to attend college.
|Is there a minimum course
load a student must take?
|Students may enroll in as few or many
courses as their schedules will allow. Students are
either considered full-time (4 or more 50 minute classes) or
part-time (fewer than four classes). Discounted
tuition is offered to full time students, and they are also
given priority if classes reach their enrollment limits.
More information may be found on our admissions page.
|How much does it cost to
attend Veritas Academy?
|Veritas Academy offers one of the
best values in private education in central Ohio.
Tuition varies depending on the status of the student (full
time or part time student). This is reviewed on the
admissions link of this site
and we encourage you to call the school office with any
questions you may have.
available to defray tuition costs?
|Veritas is piloting a scholarship program for students
whose family are able to demonstrate financial need and
academic potential. We also offer discounted tuition
to the children of Christian pastors.
|Are uniforms required for
|Yes, we have a uniform policy.
Details on the policy are covered in the Parent-Student
handbook, and details are available from our
school office. There are
several educational apparel stores in the local area that
offer a good value. Click
here for a list of requirements from the
Educational Outfitters web site.
|When can I enroll my
child at Veritas Academy?
|Students may be enrolled at any time
during the school year, but some evaluation and assessment
testing may be needed to
determine placement level.
|Are students who attend
Veritas Academy eligible to participate in Ohio's PSEO
|Yes, we have many juniors and seniors
who have qualified to take college level courses at no cost
through the state's PSEO program. To be eligible
students must be in their junior or senior year, be in good
academic and disciplinary standing, and have
been a student at Veritas Academy for at least one full academic
|My child has special needs that require an
Individual Education Plan (IEP). Does Veritas Academy
As a small religious private
school supplementing the education of homeschooled students,
Veritas is not required to comply with the IEP requirements
of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA).
Veritas is not equipped with the expertise to provide for
the needs of special needs children and cannot develop IEPs
for their students. Homeschool families can seek
assistance from the public schools to develop an IEP for
their child, but Veritas is not equipped or obligated to
create or comply with an IEP.
|If you have any other question or
concerns, please don't hesitate to call or email the school