We’ve made a few changes to our regular admissions process in response to the COVID-19 outbreak. Please review the steps below and contact our Admissions Director, Lisa Psarouthakis at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com if you have any questions.
Thank you and be well!
Complete and submit an application, available on our website.
Request copies of progress/grade reports, and any standardized test results, from your child’s school for the last two academic years, and email to firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have complete copies of your own, you may scan and send those instead.
Teacher Referral Forms
Include your child’s current teacher email contact and a form will be sent once you submit the application. If you are unable to get a teacher referral form, you are welcome to send the referral form to an adult who knows your child well. A coach, music teacher. . . etc.
Submit academic and/or creative efforts. Choose one activity from each column (activities in BOLD demonstrate skills that are helpful for the admissions committee). For Y5 and K applicants, you may choose to attend an in-person assessment event instead.
+ Virtual Assessment Guidelines
You will be contacted and asked to schedule a zoom interview after all other application materials have been submitted and reviewed.
No IQ testing will be required for admissions decisions at this time, however, the school reserves the right to request testing be done in the future if it is needed to support a student’s learning needs.
For more information about our adjusted admissions process, or to schedule a tour, please contact Admissions Director, Lisa Psarouthakis at 734-665-5662, x303, or email email@example.com.