In order to deliver the best and safest program for our students, we are welcoming fully vaccinated students in rising 7th grade – 12th grade into our classroom for in- person classes beginning this summer. All programs for rising Kindergarten – 6th Grade will remain online learning for Summer 2021.

Hunter High School Admission Prep + Enrichment for

6th Graders

Located in Manhattan’s Upper East Side, Hunter College High School is one of the most competitive middle schools in the nation, as quoted by The Wall Street Journal. The school’s curriculum is widely revered for excellence in both humanities and sciences. It is also noted for sending a substantial percentage of their students to the top tier colleges and universities.

2021 Hunter High School Admission Prep

The Hunter College HS has announced that its test will be held on June 23rd, 2021 and is accepting applications at this time. The last day for application submission is June 16th,2021 at 4PM so all interested 6th graders residing within the 5 boroughs of NYC and with qualifying 4th grade NYS test scores (ELA: 626, Math: 628) must submit applications by then.

Let our team of expert instructors and experienced counselors help you maximize your chances of admission!

Mock Exam Event: Thursday, May 13th at 10:00 AM

Mock exams are a great opportunity for you to pinpoint strengths and weaknesses before beginning preparation and for you to experience what the test will be like. Take our test to learn what the test will entail and about your current score potential.

If interested, fill out this application form to register:

5-Week Intensive Crash Course

Our Hunter Crash Course will take you by the hand and teach you exactly what you need to know and exactly how you need to do it to maximize your scores in just 5 weeks.

You get:

  • 15 days of expert prep +2 full mock exams
  • Interactive, live online class instruction
  • The best available test-taking strategies
  • All curriculum included

“The hunter high school admission prep at Kent brought to light a new aspect of test prep for me: community. For the first time, I didn’t feel the need to compete with the other students there. By the time results were released, I felt comforted that even if I didn’t get in, the friends that I had made there made my experience at Kent worthwhile. With that in mind, I was ecstatic to hear that 7 of my friends that I had made at Kent were accepted as well as me. The collective acceptance enabled my experience at Hunter to be far more enjoyable than I would have imagined, and I recommend that you should apply to Hunter as well.”