Thales Academy Wake Forest Pre-K-5

  • Thales Academy is a Pre-K-12 college preparatory network of schools that cultivates virtuous, critical thinking, compassionate individuals. Thales Academy fosters high standards of accountability, academic achievement, and civic responsibility and seeks to deliver the highest quality education at the most affordable tuition rate. Students are well-prepared for success in college and beyond, consistently outranking nationwide peers on standardized tests and mastering skills that last a lifetime.
  • Thales Academy is committed to making an excellent education affordable for all families, with discounts, payment plans, and scholarships available.
  • Tuition at Thales Academy Wake Forest Pre-K-5 is $4,800 annually for Pre-K and $5,300 annually for grades K-5.

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School Overview

Religious AffiliationNonsectarian
Grades OfferedGrades Prekindergarten-5
Year Founded2007

Student Body

Total Students581 students
Student Body TypeCo-ed
Students by Grade Thales Academy Wake Forest Pre-K-5 Student By Grade

Academics and Faculty

Total Classroom Teachers40 teachers
Student : Teacher Ratio15:1
National avg.: 13:1
Average Class Size24 students
List of Courses OfferedLink to List of Courses
Classroom Dress CodeCasual
(Thales Academy students adhere to a simple dress code: Khaki or navy pants, skirts, shorts, or jumpers paired with polo shirts of various colors. More info: https://www.thalesacademy.org/parents/uniforms)

Finances and Admission

Admission DeadlineNone / Rolling
Yearly Tuition Cost$5,300
Tuition Notes$4,800/year (Pre-K); $5300/year (K-5) More info: https://www.thalesacademy.org/admissions/tuition-information

School Notes

  • Thales Academy is a Pre-K-12 college preparatory network of schools that cultivates virtuous, critical thinking, compassionate individuals. Thales Academy fosters high standards of accountability, academic achievement, and civic responsibility and seeks to deliver the highest quality education at the most affordable tuition rate. Students are well-prepared for success in college and beyond, consistently outranking nationwide peers on standardized tests and mastering skills that last a lifetime. Thales Academy is committed to making an excellent education affordable for all families, with discounts, payment plans, and scholarships available. Tuition at Thales Academy Wake Forest Pre-K-5 is $4,800 annually for Pre-K and $5,300 annually for grades K-5.

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    5.3 miles
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    (919)573-7900
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    (919)847-0900
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School Reviews

  5.00 out of 5  (3 reviews)
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Our son is finishing up his Pre-K year at Thales, and we couldn't be happier with the school, teachers, and administrators. We have been so pleased with our son's progress throughout the year. The teachers and administrators do an outstanding job of keeping parents informed. We also love the fact that character development is a high priority at the school and has never worried for a second about the school environment for our child. Our youngest son will be soon follow at Thales and would highly recommend this school to any parents.
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My daughters have attended Thales WF for 6 years. We've been pleased with the academic rigor and small school environment. The leadership at the WF campus is excellent and the teachers are caring and knowledgeable.
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My son just started attending Thales-Apex this year (6th grade) after going to a public school in Wake County. We were very unhappy with the new cc curriculum that NC, along with most other states, adopted. My son always made straight A's until this new curriculum was introduced, at which point he started to really struggle. There was no structure in the public school and the lessons were very unorganized, nor were the students allowed to bring text books home so that parents could help. We finally made the choice to move to a private school and we wanted one that was small where my son wouldn't be just another face. Thales is the perfect size and they are very much like a large "family" where they welcome new students with open arms. The direct instruction is wonderful and very easy for my son to follow and he is back to making straight A's. He has a few struggles from time to time but the teachers will always stay late to help the students or pull them aside during electives for help. There is a lot of homework, which at times can make it hard for him with trying to juggles sports and downtime, but I think it is really good for him. I also love the structure that this school brings, teaching organization and having actual due dates, etc. is very crucial for you kids. We couldn't be happier that we found Thales!
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