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Diagnosis of a Specific Learning Disability or Attention Deficit (Hyperactivity) Disorder is required for admission to our program. Students admitted to KinderAcademy and After School Tutoring demonstrate a need for academic remediation, but do not have to meet the LD/ADHD criteria.

Our students must have average or above average intelligence with no behavioral or emotional disorders.

Students may enroll at any time during the year since instruction is tailored to meet each student’s specific academic needs.

Need based tuition assistance is available.

A Day At The Piedmont School:

The Piedmont School offers a complete school curriculum that provides small group instruction in reading, written language, math and block content areas.

Block classes consist of: Science, Social Studies, Art, Music, Drama, Computer/Technology, and Physical Education.

The school day for K-10th during the 2015-2016 school year runs from 8:00am-2:30pm.

Teacher/student radio – 1:6 in KinderAcademy, 1:6 in 1st-9th in core classes and 1:10 in Block classes.

Tuition for the 2016-2017 school year 1st-11th will be $17, 345

KinderAcademy: $13,925

*There is also a one-time new student fee of $1000. 

Tuition assistance available — click or cut and paste link below

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Financial Aid Application

Special Education Scholarship Grants for Children with Disabilities

The Special Education Scholarship Grants for Children with Disabilities is a new program created by the North Carolina General Assembly for certain students who are enrolled in kindergarten through twelfth grade in North Carolina nonpublic schools. The grant program reimburses parents and guardians for eligible qualified expenses for their children. For more information please visit the North Carolina State Education Assistance Authorities’ website at or visit the below links for program and application information and FAQs.

Program Overview

Application Information

Frequently Asked Questions



The Piedmont School athletics program competes in the ISL Conference. The Conference includes school members B’Nai Shalom Day, Greensboro Montessori, Noble Academy, New Garden Friends and High Point Friends School.

Boys and girls in grades 5-8 are invited to participate in the following sports:

  • Soccer (early fall),
  • Flag Football (mid-fall),
  • Volleyball (winter),
  • Basketball (late winter)
  • Cross-Country (3K in spring)

Every team is try-out free, co-educational and open to students of all skill levels. The athletic program provides a unique opportunity to teach student-athletes more than just how to win and lose. The mission is to teach students how to win with honor and at the same time be gracious in defeat while promoting respect for opponents and teammates.

Our program encourages teamwork and a willingness to sacrifice and work hard with others towards a common goal. We strongly believe that academics come first and all students must adhere to the code of conduct in order to have the privilege to part of the teams.