Welcome to LOGOS Admissions!
We are glad you are here and ready to help guide you and your family through our admissions process. Our team will work with you to determine if our unique academic and therapeutic program will benefit your child. We have open enrollment throughout our 11-month academic year, and we accept students on a rolling basis. We invite you to request a tour anytime during the year so you can see our program in action.
Your adolescent can enroll at LOGOS in one of two ways: privately or through contractual agreements through their home school district. If you chose to pay tuition privately, you can work with our finance department to apply for financial aid through Smart Tuition. If you would like to enroll through your home school district, your student will need to have an IEP with your home school district and a referral to LOGOS would need to come through the IEP team.
Our Admissions Process
Who we serve
LOGOS School delivers a rigorous education while providing unconditional therapeutic support and care to help students thrive academically, emotionally and socially. Many times students who need LOGOS are students in crisis and deal with challenges like Anxiety, Attachment Disorder, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Bipolar Disorder, Depression, Eating Disorder, learning challenges, low self-esteem, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, Oppositional Defiant Disorder, poor motivation, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, relationship challenges, and school refusal.
We are here to help you and your child. Over the past 50 years, we have helped 1000s of students learn key life. With the skills they learn at LOGOS, our students are given a chance to realize their potential and to fulfill their own hopes and dreams for a successful future.
Summer Intensive Progam
Our Summer Intensive Program offers students the opportunity to attend LOGOS during Term 6 while their home school district is out for the summer. During this five-week program, students:
- Receive psychosocial and emotional support to navigate the challenges they experience both inside and outside the classroom
- Work to strengthen their academic skills while earning credit through an intensive academic recovery plan
- Gain skills in resiliency, coping, self-advocacy, problem solving and socialization
- Experience new learning strategies while building life skills