The Childrens House Photo #2 - Hilary McDaniels Douglas, from Project in Motion, stopped by to lead the students in a "shape garden" exercise! with Hilary Mcdaniels Douglas at The Children's House.
The Childrens House Photo #4 - Big thanks to students from University of Indianapolis who lent their time and talents to renovate and beautify parts of our school and playground. They've worked hard and done an outstanding job.
The Childrens House Photo #7 - This is one of the axolotls that the seniors picked out today for their class pet.
The Children's House was founded in 1971 to provide an organic education through individual instruction.
Today, in an atmosphere free of competition, the child can discover his or her unique talents on the way to becoming a self-actualized person.
The Children's House offers an elementary education in Math, Science, Reading, and Art.
Music, Yoga, Latin, Literature, and Social Studies are also integral components of the school's curriculum.
The Childrens House ranks among the top 20% of private schools in Indiana for:
Learning Difference Programs
Student Body Type
% Students of Color
State avg.: 24%
Students by Grade
Academics and Faculty
Total Classroom Teachers
Student : Teacher Ratio
National avg.: 13:1
% Faculty w/Advanced Degree
Average Class Size
Classroom Dress Code
Tuition and Acceptance Rate
None / Rolling
Yearly Tuition Cost
Sibling discount Some work for tuition jobs, based on financial need. Some scholarships awarded based on finanacial need.
- The Children's House is devoted to teaching the individual child. Each student has her/his own curriculum. Students move at their own pace. No student is restricted to any certain grade level. We meet the student where she/he is.
Source: Verified school update
Frequently Asked Questions
How much does The Childrens House cost?
The Childrens House's tuition is approximately $6,500 for private students.
What is The Childrens House's ranking?
The Childrens House ranks among the top 20% of private schools in Indiana for: Highest percentage of faculty with advanced degrees.
When is the application deadline for The Childrens House?
The application deadline for The Childrens House is rolling (applications are reviewed as they are received year-round).
We love The Children's House. I have two sons at the school, and we could not be happier. My kids are not the kind of kids who can sit at a desk for 8 hours per day. We tried out public school, but the kids'' learning styles were not accommodated. When we looked around for other schools, our priorities included (1) NOT teaching to a test, (2) personal attention, (3) small student/teacher ratios, (4) focus on the traditional liberal arts. All of these priorities were met or exceeded at The Children's House. They do not do ISTEP testing, which we are very happy about. The kids get a lot of one-on-one attention, which, even at the most expensive private schools, is extremely rare. Instead of classes of 25-28 kids, students in the upper grades have classes of no more than 6. Bullying doesn't exist because the teachers have the ability to have greater oversight, with fewer kids in the rooms. In the time my kids have been at the school (nearly two years), they have grown, matured, and learned so much! My oldest son knew all of the bones in the body by the time he was finished with 1st grade! My youngest son started working on writing at age 3. The results are astounding, and the love and attention they get at this school is worth every penny. I can't say enough wonderful things about The Children's House.
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