Admission Process


While nothing quite compares to being on campus to experience the energy and warmth of our community, our admission team has developed a personalized admission experience for prospective students and families. With the uncertainty and stress in our world right now, the Eagle Hill admission team has made this process warm, inviting, and easy to follow.  
Throughout the process, never hesitate to email our admission team for additional information or any questions you may have.

Step 1: 
Enjoy our Virtual Tour (see link above) and explore our website to learn more about Eagle Hill School.

Step 2: 
Complete the online inquiry form requesting admission materials. A representative from the admission office will reach out to you shortly after the inquiry submission to answer questions and walk you through the process.

Step 3: Schedule an interview and tour. We want to get to know you!

We are offering on-campus interviews by invitation, as well as continuing virtual tours and interviews. We have limited remaining spaces, so if you are interested in taking the next step, please contact our admission team as soon as possible.
Step 4: Submit (by e-mail, fax, or mail) a recently administered individual psychoeducational evaluation. Complete and submit online application and supporting documents.

Decision Deadlines
Applications completed after February 15th are considered on a rolling basis. Applications are currently being accepted. Once the school is at capacity, candidates who qualify for admission will be placed in a waiting pool. Admission to the summer program is decided on a rolling basis
Eagle Hill School, as an academic community, is committed to an admission process that does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, national or ethnic origin, religion, age, or disability.

P.O. Box 116
242 Old Petersham Road
Hardwick, MA 01037
Phone: 413.477.6000
Fax: 413.477.6837

Eagle Hill School

Eagle Hill School is the premier college preparatory boarding and day school for students in grades 8-12 with diverse learning profiles, such as ADHD and Dyslexia.