When does the school start?
Registration and orientation for both first and second year begins Tuesday, September 3rd, 2019 at 9.30am. Classes for both first and second year begin the following Monday, September 9th, at 9.00am.
What are the dates of the semesters?
YEAR 1, 2 + 3
1st Semester: September 3rd - December 17th, 2019
2nd Semester: January 6th - April 21st, 2020
An optional three week outreach is offered during 2nd semester. School will not be in session during the three week outreach.
Core Value Month
September 3rd - October 1st , 2019
are there any days off from school?
Thanksgiving Break: November 27th - December 1st, 2019
Christmas Break: December 18th - January 5th, 2020
Easter Break: April 12th, 2020
How much does the school cost?
The school is made up of three years. Students are able to attend first year, without obligating themselves to attend the second or third year. The first and second year of study at the school both cost $4,000. Discounts are available for paying your tuition in full before September 1st and for multiple same household family members. More detailed information regarding costs can be found on our financial information page. The third year costs $900. Core Value Month (which is only available for SOSL graduates) is $400.
For students wishing to go on outreach, additional funds will need to be raised. The deposit required to reserve your spot on the trip will be due during the 1st semester. In the past, deposit amounts have ranged from $100 to $500. Additional information regarding outreach will be given at orientation.
WHAT DO MY SCHOOL FEES COVER?
Your school fees cover one year of tuition and the books that are required for that year of school. Students are responsible for their own food and accommodation during the school. School fees do not cover child care (if you have children) or outreach costs. If you wish to go on outreach, you will be required to raise additional money.
Can I pay in installments?
While we offer discounts for Year 1 and Year 2 students who choose to pay in full before September 1st, we also offer the option to pay your tuition in three installments. For detailed information regarding the installment plan, please visit our financial information page. All school fees must be paid before students are eligible to attend the optional outreach.
Do you provide housing and food?
The School of Supernatural Life is not a residential school. Students are responsible to find their own housing and food.
Do you provide child care?
SOSL Kids is a program that provides a safe and caring environment where children (ages 6 months to Pre-K) will be following a similar curriculum to that of the School of Supernatural Life. We believe that there is no junior Holy Spirit and our heart is to create an environment where your children are equipped and empowered to experience God! This program will be provided on Mondays and Tuesdays during school hours.
The cost for this service has been approximately $50 per child, per week. The cost will vary depending on the number of children enrolled in the program. As you complete your application for the School of Supernatural Life, when asked about SOSL Kids, please indicate accordingly and you will be contacted with additional information.
Where does the school meet?
The school meets on Grace Center's campus. The address is 2420 Bethlehem Loop Rd, Franklin, TN, 37069.
IS THE SCHOOL OF SUPERNATURAL LIFE AN ACCREDITED INSTITUTION?
The School of Supernatural Life is designed to bring about transformation of the heart. Although students study scripture and learn in a classroom environment, the school is not an accredited institution.
IS THE SCHOOL AFFILIATED WITH A CHURCH?
The School of Supernatural Life is a ministry of Grace Center, a church in Franklin, TN. More information can be found on the Grace Center website.
Will I be required to attend Grace Center while at the school?
The school is designed around the importance of the local church. Therefore, students will be required to attend a Grace Center’s Sunday service and the Monday night young adult service, called emanate. At those services, students will serve in various ministry capacities as part of their school attendance and graduation requirements. Placing a high value on rest, the School of Supernatural Life staff schedules the students to have one Sunday morning and one Monday evening a month when it is not a requirement to attend those services.
Can I audit some classes?
As the school is focused on intense growth and personal transformation, we place a high value on creating a safe place for our students to receive. As a certain element of privacy is required to foster this environment, we do not let the public audit our classes.
Can I visit the school?
For those who are interested in attending the school and would like an on-site visit, we offer several open days where this is possible. Please fill out our visitor registration form and we will contact you regarding an on-site visit.
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