Point of Praise Academy
Administrator's Name: Ashley Whaley
Website URL: Point of Praise Academy
Location (mailing address): P.O. Box 8033 Dothan, AL 36304
Office hours (for phone contact):
Sponsoring church: Point of Praise Church
Enrollment area: Dothan, Wiregrass area, Southeast Alabama
Statement of Faith: Required
General description (or Mission Statement): The mission of Point of Praise Academy is partnering with parents to aid them in their God given responsibility to teach their child in a Godly and responsible manner. Point of Praise Academy is here to support and encourage parents as they work to make the best educational choices for their children.
Requirements: Three mandatory meetings a year. 160 attendance days. Grades & Attendance must be turned in twice a year.Parents can choose their own curriculum.
Fees: enrollment is $100 tuition yearly per family ($10 extra fee for online grade and attendance reporting).
Services: Field trips, park days, promotion certificates, transcripts, Graduation ceremony, diplomas, Dual Enrollment at Wallace College or Troy University
Additional Info: Must contact by email or phone. Administrator does not have an office located at the church.
Information here last verified on 11/09/2015.
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