COVID-19 Response Information for Prospective Families
Plans for Fall 2020
As the Commonwealth of Virginia enters Phase III, Flint Hill is planning for students in grades JK-8 to be on campus for a full day of school Monday-Friday when classes resume in August. This is possible due to the size of those grade levels, the small classes within each grade, four floors of learning space in the Hazel Academic Building and the new Peterson Middle School opening in August. We expect the Upper School schedule to be a combination of days on campus and days in class at home. We are still working to determine how many days students in grades 9-12 will learn on campus and how many days they will learn synchronously at home. An update will be shared with current Upper School families and on this page once a decision is reached for that age group.
Distance Learning Option
Flint Hill will also offer a full-time distance learning option for the 2020-21 school year for families who prefer that their students learn at home next year. Both the on-campus and distance learning models will have the same tuition. Additional information about the full-time distance learning option will be available soon. We are also continuing to plan for the possibility of reverting to distance learning in the event of a resurgence of COVID-19 later in the year.
If you have questions or would like to explore a partnership with Flint Hill where your child can begin to blaze their trail, please schedule a phone call or virtual meeting here to discuss how we might be able to find space, offer flexibility in the typical admission requirements and render a decision for your family soon.
Watch this video to hear from current families