Day School

Admissions

Are you interested in more information? Please contact Ed Tabish 703-396-7049 or Veronica Myers 703-659-4068 

YFT has a rolling admissions process which permits a student to enroll at any time of the year.

Youth For Tomorrow (YFT) offers a quality education to Day Students whose parents chose to place them in a private school setting with a Christian emphasis – particularly for those who struggle in public schools as a consequence of behavioral issues. YFT's school is a diploma granting and State Certified Special Education Secondary School offering a 12 month curriculum.  

The YFT education program includes middle school and secondary school for both residential and day school students. Youth For Tomorrow teachers are licensed by the Commonwealth of Virginia. Our secondary school is fully accredited by the Virginia Association of Independent Specialized Education Facilities (VAISEF), an accreditation recognized by the Commonwealth of Board of Education and regionally by AdvancED/SACS.

YFT operates a full-time program, on the standard 10-month calendar aligned with Prince William County Public Schools (Virginia), providing a minimum of 6 1/2 hours of academic instruction daily. Though individual class schedules may vary according to a student’s ability to attend, each school day consists of seven periods of academic instruction, including one period for physical education/recreation and a lunch period. Additional activities are planned regularly during and after-school.

The Youth For Tomorrow Day School Program focus on the needs of children, adolescents and young adults who require more individualized, comprehensive and emotionally supportive education than they can find in most public schools.  These students may face a variety of challenges, such as:

  • Emotional disorders or mental health diagnosis (Aspergers, bipolar disorder, etc.)
  • Anxiety
  • Dependency/lack of independence
  • Health impairment
  • Victimization through bullying or abuse
  • Low confidence, low self-esteem
  • Ineffective social skills

All of our academic programs offer the following:  

  • Assist students with special education needs and design Individual Educational Programs (IEP’S)
  • State endorsed core curriculum
  • Standards of Learning (SOL) online testing
  • Awarding of HS diploma or GED certificate
  • Academic and behavior related assessments
  • Mental health supports
  • Provide high level academic program that meets each student’s current academic needs
  • Provide a challenging college preparation or vocational track program
  • Provide assistance to students, ages 17 or older, assistance in working towards a GED diploma
  • Guidance in career, vocational, military and college planning

School Hours

8:30 AM—3:00 PM Mondays through Friday.  In case of inclement weather, Youth For Tomorrow will follow the dismissals, closings, and late openings for Prince William County Public Schools.

Transportation is not provided. 

How to apply: 

Please contact Ed Tabish 703-396-7049 or Veronica Myers 703-659-4068 to apply.

YFT has a rolling admissions process which permits a student to enroll at any time of the year.