Middle School Application Process

Students interested in applying for admission must complete the following steps:

1. Complete the Application Form

Apply Online: This is the fastest way to submit your application to the Admission Team.

2. Pay the application fee

If applying online, be sure to have your credit card ready. You will be prompted to provide your credit card information prior to submitting the application for admission.

3. Provide two letters of recommendation

We require recommendation forms from your child’s most recent Math and English Teacher. Teachers can be directed to complete the standard form by sending an email directly from your application checklist within the application system.

4. Submit your official school transcript and standardized test scores (MCA, NWEA)

An official copy of your academic record(s) bearing the original stamp and signature of the school should be sent directly to us from the school. Electronic copies are also accepted. A final transcript will also be required prior to fall course registration.

Complete applications are reviewed on November 15th, January 15th, and March 15th. We continue to accept applications on a rolling basis after this date until all spaces are filled.

Space is limited in our Middle School classrooms, and wait pools are established each year.


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