Frequently Asked Questions
This video answers some frequently asked questions about Greenways and how it works:
Q: How does Greenways Academy adjust their courses for each student’s needs?
A: With one-on-one teaching, Greenways Academy teachers are able to accommodate each student’s unique learning style. In addition, courses can be modified to accommodate disabilities, including the use of an IEP or 504 Plan.
Q: Can my student take courses at Greenways Academy and another high school at the same time?
A: Yes. As an accredited high school, Greenways credits can be transferred to other high schools. We offer full-time, part-time, or course-by-course enrollment. Credits to be used toward graduation at another high school should be reviewed and approved by that school prior to enrollment.
Q: Is a Greenways Academy’s diploma the same as other high schools?
A: Yes, a Greenways Academy diploma is accredited and recognized by colleges and Universities worldwide.
Q: Is a Greenways Academy’s diploma different than a G.E.D?
A: Yes. A GED is a series of exams administered to certify high school level academic skills. Since Greenways Academy is a school, each of our graduation requirements must be met before a diploma is issued.
Enrollment and Tuition:
Q: When can I start?
A: Greenways Academy has a rolling admissions process; therefore students may enroll any time.
Q: How do I enroll at Greenways Academy?
A: E-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 314-432-7534. We will schedule an interview to determine together if Greenways Academy is a good fit for your education.
Q: What if I want to start at Greenways soon?
A: Our Director, Patti Greenberg, personally oversees the enrollment process of each student, matching them with a tutor who fits with the students needs and personality, and collaborating with the student and parents in selecting courses from our curriculum that meet our graduation requirements and reflect the students interests and needs. We can usually get a student transitioned to Greenways Academy in 1-2 weeks.
Q: How many hours of tutoring does a full-time student usually need?
A: Generally, our full time students are working with tutors between 8-15 hours/week. Each student is different, and so the amount of tutoring needed to complete schoolwork varies. Adjustments can be made at any time.
Q: How do I pay for Greenways?
A: Parents will receive a monthly bill of your student’s curriculum purchases (beginning of semester) and tutoring charges. We accept many forms of payment including checks, Visa and Mastercard.