Frequently Asked Questions

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Is grant money available for families who need tuition assistance?

Yes. Bynum School allows parents to apply for financial assistance through student grants. Parents must meet eligibility criteria which are based on income. Applying for a student grant is a process separate from applying for enrollment. Parents should evaluate payment options and the tuition payment process when completing the inquiry form. Parents must determine their ability to pay because Bynum School does not have access to family finances.

What methodology does Bynum School use in the classrooms? 

Bynum School’s programs are based on individual student needs. Teachers use multi-sensory learning, positive reinforcement, and behavior modification. All of our classrooms enjoy a low student-to-teacher ratio.

Will the credits earned at Bynum School transfer to the public schools? 

Yes. Bynum School is fully accredited by the AdvancEd Global Commission and the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS).

How is Bynum School funded? 

Bynum School’s funding comes from student tuition payments, private trust and foundation grants, various fundraising events, and gifts from individuals and corporations.

Is it possible for me to make a tax-deductible gift to Bynum School?

Yes. The U.S. Internal Revenue Service, has designated Bynum School as a charitable organization under Section 501(c) (3). Your gifts are tax-deductible to the full extent allowed by law.

​How long has Bynum School been open?

Bynum School was established in 1984. We celebrated our 37th anniversary in 2021.

What are long-term plans for Bynum School?

The Board of Directors dutifully engages in long-term and short-term planning. In March of 2021, the Board of Directors adopted a strategic plan for 2021-2023. Goals include implementing effective human resource practices, structuring governance to provide direction to Bynum School and support administrators, managing development to meet program requirements and budget goals, planning for growth, and managing finances to ensure sustainability.