FAQs

Questions are part of parenting, and we’re here to help when we can. We’ve put together a list of the questions we hear most often so you can find the answers anytime you need them. And of course, we’re standing by when you need to talk to us in person.


Are you holding in-person school?

Based on much research and in accordance with public health guidelines, we have moved our curriculum entirely online. We realize that an Enriched Virtual Learning program doesn’t replace in-person learning; however, we have collaborated to develop an immersive, multi-faceted, online program combining physical activity, mindfulness practice, and music training that provides our scholars with real-time instruction and interaction in a family-friendly format.

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What is the application process?

We are thrilled to welcome new scholars and their families. We’ve made the registration process as simple as possible; just stop by our Enrollment page for everything you need to know.

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Can my child enroll at Friendship Day School even if we are not members of the Friendship Missionary Baptist Church congregation?

Yes! Our core spiritual values are universal, and we are open to youth of all faiths and ethnicities.

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What is the enrollment code for Harris Teeter?

The FDS school code is 6500. If you haven’t already, please join Harris Teeter’s Together In Education (TIE) program to help our school earn cash when you link your VIC card and shop Harris Teeter brands.

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Can I pay tuition and fees online with a credit card?

Yes! We’ve made it easy with our secure, online payment service.

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Is participation in the Parent Partnership group mandatory?

While your attendance at meetings is not required, we encourage and rely on parent participation to ensure that all scholars receive maximum benefit during their time at Friendship Day School. Active participation by parents ensures mutual understanding of our program and expectations. Your voice lends value, and your help truly makes a difference.

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