John G Wood School
John G Wood School serves 32 students in grades 1-12.
The student:teacher of John G Wood School is 3:1 and the school's religious affiliation is Nonsectarian.
Quick Stats (2023)
- School Type: Special Education School
- Grades: 1-12
- Enrollment: 32 students
- Yearly Tuition: $150
- Application Deadline: None / Rolling
- Source: Verified school update
Learning Difference Programs
Summer School Offered
Student Body Type
% Students of Color
State avg.: 30%
Students by Grade
Academics and Faculty
Total Classroom Teachers
Student : Teacher Ratio
National avg.: 13:1
% Faculty w/Advanced Degree
Classroom Dress Code
Tuition and Acceptance Rate
None / Rolling
Yearly Tuition Cost
Tuition is $150.00 per day
Source: Verified school update
Frequently Asked Questions
How much does John G Wood School cost?
John G Wood School's tuition is approximately $150 for private students.
When is the application deadline for John G Wood School?
The application deadline for John G Wood School is rolling (applications are reviewed as they are received year-round).
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