Day School Admissions
Where most schools see a child, we see a family. The Roig Academy accepts applications on a rolling basis. Our admissions team looks at each application as it arrives and puts it into one of three categories: accept, waitlist or deny after completing the admissions process. The process of admission is designed to decide if your child and family are a fit for The Roig Academy. Throughout this process, we enjoy learning more about your child’s potential as well as strengths and weaknesses. Should you have any questions regarding this process, please contact admissions at 305-235-1313
The applicant must be free from a diagnosis of intellectual, behavioral or emotional disorder and autism. As The Roig Academy is not specialized to support these diagnoses
Step 1: Diagnosed
Diagnosed or suspected dyslexia or a language-based learning disability. Displaying average to high average intelligence.
The applicant must be free from a diagnosis of intellectual, behavioral or emotional disorder and autism. As The Roig Academy is not specialized to support these diagnoses.
Step 2: Inquire
Inquire at The Roig Academy and complete our parent inquiry form.
Step 3: Testing
Submit current psychoeducational testing to The Roig Academy.
(displaying average to above-average intelligence)
Step 4: Interviews
Family and student interviews are conducted.
Step 5: Tours
Family tour of The Roig Academy Campus.
Step 6: Evaluations
School evaluation and placement testing.
Step 7: Enrollment
Welcome to The Roig Academy Family!
IB Day School
Grades K-8 | 2021-2022
(By Jennifer C. Roig M.Ed)
|Cost of Attendance||$35,525.00|
The Roig Academy participates in the following state scholarship programs:
McKay, Florida Empowerment (formerly known as the Gardiner Scholarship), and Step Up (FTC)
For students diagnosed with:
a Specific Learning Disability specifically Dyslexia and/or Dyscalculia
For students diagnosed with ADD (under Other Health Impaired) Rule 6A-6.030152
The School admits students regardless of disability, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, race, color, creed, ethnic, or national origin who possess the motivation, ability, and character which would enable them to succeed in our School community to the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the School and the School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, ethnic, or national origin in the administration of its educational policies, admission policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.
“So thankful for this wonderful school. It has opened up a whole new world for our daughter. We treasure our time here.”