Complete the online inquiry form
requesting admission materials.
Submit (by e-mail, fax, or mail) a recently administered individual psychoeducational evaluation. The evaluation should include a cognitive assessment (WISC or WAIS) and academic achievement testing (e.g. WJ, WIAT). After reviewing the submitted evaluation, an admission officer will contact you to schedule a mutually agreeable time for a visit/interview.
Step 3Complete and submit online application and supporting documents. The application must be completed and submitted online and supporting documents either uploaded to the file or mailed directly to the school. Forms are available for download on the website within the online application. Families will be able to monitor the status of their child’s application online as they move through the admission process. Please be sure to include:
- Completed application, including photo of the applicant and the non-refundable application fee payable to Eagle Hill School
- Official transcript, educational assessments, pertinent school records, Individualized Educational Plans, psychoeducational evaluations, and/or standardized testing
- Mathematics and English teacher evaluations
- Student writing sample
While there is no admission deadline, parents are advised to begin the admission process as early as possible. Typically, early decisions are made in November with two additional rounds of decisions in January and March. The admission office will notify the parents or guardians via mail of the admission decision. 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.
If questions should arise pertaining to the admission policies or procedures, please do not hesitate to call the admission office 413-477-6000, x-1212 or x-1206, or email email@example.com
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.