Clover Community School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national or ethnic origin, disability, sexual orientation, gender, or gender expression in admissions, administration of its educational policies, hiring, or other school administered programs.
Costs and Subsidies
As a private school, we receive no government support and therefore all costs to operate our school must either be borne by the students or through the generosity of philanthropists. We intend to stay competitive with other private schools in NWA and our tuition is $12,000 per year. We are actively seeking donor funds for scholarship opportunities.
We serve students between the ages of 5 and 13 years; students must turn 5 prior to August 15th for admission to Year One. Students may be no older than 13 years old for admission to Clover.
As a community-based school we require a minimum of eight volunteer hours per month per student family.
Other requirements will be discussed with families as necessary.
Families interested in a Clover education should first visit with a representative of Clover Community School to determine if our school fits their child’s needs. At this time a tour may be arranged, and an Admissions Application Packet will be available. Also, our Admission Packet is here and here.