College Preparatory School for Girls Grades 3-12

Survey says...

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What percent of students receive financial aid?
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22%: grants range from 10% to 97% and qualifying students receive assistance with the cost of textbooks, technology, transportation, and extended day at the same percentage.
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Is there a uniform requirement?
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Yes, the Holton uniform makes getting out the door in the morning so much easier! Learn more about life in plaid.
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Does Holton provide food service?
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Yes! Breakfast and lunch are included with tuition. Food service focuses on fresh, from scratch foods, while striving to make decisions that are environmentally and economically sustainable.
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Does Holton offer bus service?
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Yes, bus transportation is available for communities around the DC Metro area.
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Do you offer before & after care?
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Breakfast Club is free of charge from 7:30-8 a.m. Grades 3-6 Homework Zone is until 4:30 free of charge, grades 3-6 Extended Day and grades 7 & 8 Homework Haven run until 6 p.m./hourly rate.
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Is there really an all-girl advantage?
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Yes! Research indicates graduates have stronger academic skills and are more academically engaged than peers from coed schools. Read more.
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What is the application timeline?
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There is still time to apply! Online applications should be submitted by January 10. All supporting documents should be received by January 30, 2019.
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Who can answer additional questions?

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Josie Shiroma 301.365.6014 grades 3 & 4, Sharron Rodgers 301.365.6013 grade 5, Samantha Zavras '07 301.365.6097 grade 6, Caroline Howton 301.365.6075 grades 7 & 8, Leslie Nelson 301.365.6015 9+