The most important thing is that your child is in an environment where they thrive. Emerson provides a rigorous K-8 curriculum for gifted and for academically talented students, and our admissions process helps us identify whether your child would do well here. Children have a wide range of abilities and gifts, and intelligence is just one factor in Emerson’s application process.
- Learn About Emerson School
You’re already off to a good start by exploring this site. The best way to learn more about our school is by taking a tour. You can also attend one of our upcoming Information Meetings. Contact Admissions Director Lisa Psarouthakis at email@example.com or (734) 665-5662, ext. 303 to learn more or schedule a visit online.
+ Tour and information meeting dates
- Start an Application
+ Start and submit your student application online.
- Visit a Classroom
Schedule a classroom visit for your child, where they can experience a day as an Emerson student and allow us to get to know your child better.
- Send Your Child’s Academic Records
Request copies of academic records and a current teacher evaluation, when applicable, and have them mailed to the Emerson Admissions Office.
- Schedule Testing
You should schedule intelligence testing after you have submitted your application and your child has had their visit day.
+ More info about testing and administrators
Apply Today—It’s Not Too Late
We begin making decisions about admission in March. Because of small class sizes, many grades reach capacity, so we encourage you to submit your application as soon as possible to ensure your child is considered.
Emerson is a rolling enrollment school, so there is no cutoff date for applications. Applications can be submitted at any time and will be considered as long as space is available.
We begin making decisions about admission in March. Because of small class sizes, many grades reach capacity, so we encourage you to submit your application as soon as possible to ensure your child is considered for enrollment.