Frequently Asked Questions​

Yes! We affirm the Apostles Creed and the Westminster Confession of Faith. For more information regarding our views on creation, marriage, and gender, please consult the latter document.

Applying on the Esprit website does not guarantee enrollment. You will be notified within one week as to whether or not we have a place for your child(ren).

If your application has been accepted, you will be notified via email and invoiced the annual registration fee of $325/family. Payments of the registration fee must be sent following instructions in the welcome email or you may forfeit acceptance into Esprit. Invoices for tuition will go out in May, 2024, and must be paid by July 15, 2023. Payment plans are available on a case by case basis.

Yes. While most consumable supplies used on co-op days are included in the course fees, families will be provided with a booklist of required books and supplies for use at home that parents will need to acquire.

Esprit is graciously hosted by the dear people of Parisview Baptist Church, 100 Bud Street, Greenville.

All students attend class on Thursdays. Some Upper School classes and the 5th-8th grade Life Skills class also meet on Tuesdays. Consult the Upper School course page to view the schedule.

All families will have volunteer days throughout the year. Volunteer tasks include assisting children in a nursery and assisting the teachers in the Lower Elementary and Primary schools.

Parents are always welcome at Esprit. Parents needing to visit during class hours are asked to notify and check in with the leadership by text or phone call once they arrive.

Yes. Students in the Upper Elementary School through the Upper School will have reasonable homework assigned for each class day at home. This work is not optional and is designed to be a part of the student’s homeschool curriculum. Students in the Lower Elementary and Primary schools will have some light read aloud assignments each week. Other enriching work to be done at home will be assigned but it is not required.

Upper School students will receive grades for their assignments so that parents have the information necessary to add to a high school transcript. Teachers will communicate these grades at least mid-semester and end of semester.

Middle School students will receive feedback from teachers mid-semester and end of semester and a suggested grade for each term.

Upper Elementary, Lower Elementary, and Primary students’ parents will receive feedback from teachers mid-semester and end of semester.

While some of our classes are designed to be all that you need in that subject area, we do not offer a full curriculum that includes everything required by the state of South Carolina in order to homeschool. Parents must check with their accountability association for full requirements and add assignments as necessary.

Esprit regularly organizes field trips for all ages, mama meet ups, park days, and social events for older students in addition to our class days. Events are posted on The Dispatch (our communication hub), in our newsletters, and via texts send through Remind.

Esprit’s first day of class is Thursday, August 29, 2024.

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