Toddler Class, Nursery, and Kindergarten (except for Rising First Grade) students receive a written curriculum description at the end of the school year. Parent-teacher conferences are scheduled twice during the school year in October and March, and parents and teachers may arrange additional meetings at any time.

Rising First Grade students receive a written report at the end of the school year. Parent-teacher conferences are scheduled twice during the school year in October and March, and parents and teachers may arrange additional meetings at any time. Parents should be aware that reports are written for the parents and not the children; therefore, the school recommends that parents refrain from sharing reports with younger children.

Grades 1-7 Mid-year progress reports are sent out after the middle of the year (February), and narrative end-of-year reports are sent out at the end of the school year. Parent-teacher conferences are scheduled twice during the school year in October and March, and parents and teachers may arrange additional meetings at any time. Parents should be aware that reports are written for the parents and not the children; therefore, the school recommends that parents refrain from sharing reports with younger children and exercise discretion in relating the contents of reports to older children.

Grade 8 Narrative reports are sent out after the middle of the year (February) and at the end of the school year. Parent-teacher conferences are scheduled twice during the school year in October and March, and parents and teachers may arrange additional meetings at any time. Parents should be aware that reports are written for the parents and not the children; therefore, the school recommends that parents exercise discretion in relating the contents of reports to eighth-grade students.