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Admission Process
Application Deadline
Available Discounts
Merit Scholarships

Admission Process



• Online application must be complete and submitted at the registration page.
• Deposit of $750 must be paid to ensure interview.


• A telephone, Skype, or FaceTime interview will be scheduled within a week via email, upon submission and review of completed application.


Once preliminary interview is completed successfully, the following documents must be submitted:
1. a copy of latest school transcript
2. latest standardized test scores if any (ie: PSAT, SAT, ACT, SSAT, ISEE)
3. 2 references (one educator and one personal reference preferred)


• Once all required documents are received and reviewed, a welcome package- including a formal acceptance letter and needed forms will be emailed.
• All required materials and forms must be submitted by date specified on acceptance letter.


For students that need to fly in, flights should be booked as soon as acceptance letter is received to ensure flights.

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Application Deadline

Early Decision

December 31, 2016
Early decision vouchers are provided exclusively for early applicants—students who participate in an early interview, which may result in an early decision.

Early Decision Eligibility

Inquired before December 1, 2016

Regular Admission Deadline

July 2, 2017


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Summer Tuition

DurationSAT/ACT PrepSSAT Prep
4-Week Prefects/Noblesse
(Residential Program)
July 16th– August 10th, 2017
16-Day Score Booster (Day Program)
July 17th – August 5th, 2017
9:00 AM – 4:30 PM

*Non-refundable $750 Deposit (including $150 Application & Interview Fee)

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Available Discounts

Discount TypeAmount
Early Registration DiscountAugust 31, 2016:$500
December 31, 2016:$250
Returning Student Discount$250
Alumni Referral Discount
(Friends and Family)
Sibling Discount
(Only 50% of Sibling DC is applied if another DC is applied)

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Merit Scholarships (Residential Programs only)

Merit Scholarships are awarded on a competitive basis to students who score exceptionally high on the SATs, ACTs, PSATs or SSATs (depending on grade level).

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