F.A.Q.

ALTIS International School

Frequently asked questions

Altis International School is accredited by:

  • National Council for Private School Accreditation
  • ISEI Education Association

Altis International School is a candidate for accreditation at Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools Commissions on Elementary and Secondary Schools.

Altis International School is legally operating as a private school and approved by the Tennessee State Board of Education.

Yes. We are proud of our international status and welcome online students from around the globe.

ALTIS offers a full curriculum grades K through 8th. Our high school levels are set to debut in the 2024-2025 school year.

Yes, our ALTIS PrepStudents program is designed to assist both beginners and advanced English students.

ALTIS offers open enrollment, meaning students can begin their courses at any point throughout the school year (September 4, 2023 – June 21, 2024), as long as they take all the exams. If the student meets the age requirement or has successfully completed the previous grade level, they may enroll at any time. Your start date is the day your enrollment is finalized, but classes begin on September 4, 2023, and span throughout the school year until June 21, 2024.

For every new unit of study, the content, and skills to be covered, according to the standards, are assigned on Kinderpedia by ALTIS teachers, along with an assessment. It is not made mandatory by ALTIS to buy specific supplies. The learning material may be organized according to the academic standards and units of study by every family. Nevertheless, a list of tentative supplies, textbooks, and online platforms is provided by ALTIS for parents who need a structured curriculum.

Tuition and enrollment fees may be paid fully during the enrollment process or in three increments by December 2023. Fees and tuition are nonrefundable if a student withdraws. The person responsible for the student’s finances must be 18 years of age or older. By completing and signing the Financial Agreement in the Enrollment Packet, the financier agrees to abide by the stated terms.

Every enrolled student has access to a class calendar on Kinderpedia, for every subject or any other activity. Mentors will instruct their students to know when and how the activities are led.

There are several certified teachers who grade and evaluate student assignments and exams for ALTIS.

Students in grades K-8 may request a report card by emailing the registrar at .

For tests or other unit assignments, a parent or responsible adult should be the proctor. Teachers will grade tests and assignments and return them with comments for encouragement or improvement.

Yes. ALTIS offers alternate testing for failed exams.

Students have the freedom to choose what type of electives they want to have throughout the school year, besides the mandatory core subjects. Some examples are foreign language, arts, STEM, etc.

Yes, they will appear on the student record and will be evaluated according to a syllabus made by the student and an examination done by the mentor. Every student will decide with their mentor the category/area of study their electives fall in. Further documents may be provided (diploma, class attendance, etc.). Further information will be provided via the Enrollment Packet.