For Parents

Parents and families are vital to each students success. When students see that their parents are involved in all aspects of their school, they will perform better. It reinforces the importance of their education. It also builds that sense of family that Tyburn is so proud to have.


Getting Involved

TPO- Teacher/Parent Organization
The TPO exists to work in collaboration with students, staff, parents and board members. Monthly meetings are held to discuss fundraisers, activities and recruitment for the school.
Bridge Program-All families are expected to participate in the fundraising events that take place throughout the school year. This helps to "bridge the gap" between our low tuition and the cost to educate each student. 
Ambassador Program-Help recruit families. You will receive a $500 tuition credit when another family has enrolled because of your referral. 



MSP - "My Students Progress"
This is our online program used to track students progress with their teachers. Teachers will use it to post grades and assignments so you can keep up to date with your students classes. Upon registration you will be given a password for your account. Please call the office if you are having trouble getting into the program.
Google Calendar - Our calendar of events is posted on this website under the navigation bar titled "etcetera"
"Blue Folder" - Every Thursday your child will come home with a blue folder with important information inside.  Each week an information letter is inside with other flyers. Please return it each week.
"Community of Prayer Newsletter" - The last Thursday of each month we publish a newsletter about the spiritual life of the students in the school. A mass schedule, activities and prayer requests are included.
Links to these items can be found on our "Home" page.

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Uniforms- Tyburn adheres to a strict uniform policy. This is to help our students grow intellectually in habits or ordered, logical thinking. School uniforms have a corollary effect in social growth as well, in that uniforms can help students get to know each other for who they really are rather than just for the kind of clothes they wear. When we dress more formally our manners tend also to follow suit and we use a heightened diction in our speech and are more refined in our actions.  Several virtues are reinforced in our dress code; modesty, humility, obedience & simplicity. 
Attendance - Attendance is an important part of a student's academic record. Often college admissions boards will review the attendance of a student. Good attendance practices indicate that a student is motivated, responsible and willing to learn. Our attendance policy is outlined in the student handbook.