Address and phone number for Southside Parent/Child Development Center, a Private School, at Queensboro Avenue South, St. Petersburg FL.
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Southside Parent/Child Development Center, located in St. Petersburg, FL, is a private school that operates independently of the St. Petersburg public school system. Private Schools receive funding through tuition, student fees, and private contributions. The Private School has selective admissions and can choose who to admit as a student.You may contact Private Schools for questions about:
Unlike St. Petersburg Public Schools, which must enroll students living within the district boundaries, a Private School has selective admissions. This means the Private School can choose whether or not to enroll an applicant. The Private School sets its own enrollment policies, including the application process, required tests, and interviews. For more information about enrollment policies, contact Southside Parent/Child Development Center.Tuition and Financial Aid
Southside Parent/Child Development Center charges school tuition for students in Pinellas County. The Private School sets the annual tuition rate each year. Students can also apply for financial aid and scholarships through the Private School, which can partially or fully cover tuition. In addition to tuition, the Private School may also charge for extracurricular activities, lessons, and meals.Private School Curriculum
The Private School sets its own curriculum, which differs from the Florida state Public School curriculum. The Private School creates curriculum standards, assessment policies, and testing policies to meet its goals. Contact Southside Parent/Child Development Center for more information about the curriculum.St. Petersburg Private School Accreditation
In St. Petersburg, Private Schools typically register with the Florida Department of Education. The Private School follows Florida regulations on the length of the school year, reporting requirements, and health and safety requirements. While the Private School may hold a license or registration from Florida state, the school sets its own administrative systems, personnel standards, and curriculum.Contact Southside Parent/Child Development Center
You may contact Southside Parent/Child Development Center by calling 727-327-2691, or by addressing inquiries to the office mailing address: Southside Parent/Child Development Center, 3624 Queensboro Avenue South, St. Petersburg, Florida, 33711.