We invite you to become a part of the Elgin Academy community of international student host families. Click HERE to read host parent and International student testimonials. To find out more information about hosting an international student and the stipend attached, contact Dr. Diane Schael, Director of Admission.
News & Events
Please join us for our next Admission event!
At Elgin Academy, we’re personally committed to knowing and inspiring every child who finds a second home on our campus. The best way to see what taking learning personally could mean for your child is to come see us in person.
Click here for more information or to register for a Campus Preview Day or Welcome Wednesday Tour.
Beginning with the 2017-2018 school year, the withdrawal date for paying tuition via FACTS will change to the 10th of the month, and the due date for the Pay in Full option will be July 10th.
2017-2018 Due Dates for Tuition/Fee Payments
- Plan A - Pay in Full Due Date for Tuition/Fees: July 10, 2017 (Payment received after the 7/10 deadline must be made by Cashier's Check or Money Order only and will be subject to a $250 late payment penalty.)
- Plan B - 2 Pay Option via FACTS Due Dates for Tuition/Fees: Half on July 10, 2017 and half on January 10, 2018
- Plan C - 10 pay Option via FACTS Due Dates for Tuition/Fees: Monthly, beginning May 10, 2017 through February 10, 2018
Take a "Welcome Wednesday" tour of our campus to see teachers and students in action as they engage in active learning, and to meet with our Director of Admission. Click here to register in advance.
Admission Campus Preview Days
Admission Campus Preview Days are held throughout the year to provide interested students and their parents with an opportunity to learn more about Elgin Academy. You will be provided with a tour of campus, a formal overview of Elgin Academy, and the opportunity to speak informally with faculty, staff, current parents, and students. Check out our next Admission Event. Click here.
Why taking learning personally matters to your child.As an intentionally small school, understanding the feel of Elgin Academy—our campus and our classrooms, yes, but primarily our people and our pedagogy—is vastly important to you as a prospective family.
Here, taking learning personally is more than a credo—it defines our promise to each and every student and family who calls EA home.
Our classes remain small to ensure we know, listen, and respond to the voice of every child. Instead of finding cracks to fall through, our students cement relationships that build character, bravery, discipline, and trust over their time here.