How to Apply & Enroll

Three simple steps


Click the APPLY NOW button and complete your application online today! For your child’s application to be considered, you will also need to upload proof of birth and a copy of your child’s most recent report card, and pay a $10 application fee. Our Admissions Team will review your child’s application and notify you of the admissions decision, usually within 7-10 business days. In some cases, your school’s Admissions Team may request additional information about your child and/or schedule an on-campus interview or assessment, to best identify your child’s unique strengths and needs.

Documents required for initial admissions decision:

  • Proof of birth
  • Most recent report card


Once your child has been accepted, you must complete the online enrollment packet and pay the $150 enrollment fee to secure your child’s seat. Your child is not guaranteed a seat until this step is completed. After you enroll your child, you will receive an access code to apply for financial aid online (see below). You must also upload the documents listed below before your child can start attending school.

Documents required for enrollment/prior to start date:

  • Proof of immunization
  • Medical history form (provided by your child’s physician)
  • Original IEP/504 documentation (if applicable)
  • Custody agreement paperwork (if applicable)


All families are strongly encouraged to complete a financial aid application. All families who do so are guaranteed to receive aid! To be eligible for aid and scholarships, you must complete your financial aid application in a timely manner and provide all of the required documentation. You will be asked to upload proof of your household income, so have your documents ready (your most recent 1040, W-2, benefit documentation, etc.). Once your child’s scholarship award has been approved, you will be notified of your total tuition obligation. If you have any questions about the financial aid process, go to the Tuition & Financial Aid page or contact your school.