Admission Process & Application

On behalf of the Admission Office, we welcome you! Exploring schools is an exciting endeavor and we have much to share with you about our vibrant learning community. Gain a sense of the admission cycle below, and please, contact us for a visit!

Step 1: A Personal Tour
One of the best ways to learn about our school is to visit the campus and observe our students and faculty in action. To schedule your personal tour please complete the inquiry form and we will contact you.

Step 2The Admission Application
To move forward in the process, complete the online admission application and submit the following recommendation and records forms as applicable:

*Recommendation for Kindergarten applicants
*Recommendation for Grades 1-5 applicants
*Recommendations for Grades 6-8 applicants: English teacher, Math teacher
*School Records for Grades 1-8 applicants: Release of School Records

Application fees are as follows:
$150.00 for the first student applicant in a family
$75.00 for each additional sibling applicant
$75.00 for each sibling applicant from a current THS family

Step 3: Student Visit Days & Parent Interviews
*Kindergarten Assessment Morning takes place in early March. After that date, individual appointments are scheduled as needed.
*Applicants for grades 2-8 schedule an individual time to participate for a full day in their respective grades. Applicants to grade 1 spend a half day.
*Parent interviews are held with the Head of School and Director of Enrollment. The Admission Office will contact you to schedule your parent interview.

Step 4: Enrollment
Enrollment notifications are generally mailed in mid-March.
New student enrollment contracts and deposits for 2018-19 are due by March 30, 2018.

 

Director of Enrollment
Alison Weese

 

 

This school is good because everyone is helpful, fun and knowledgeable, and when you’re with those type of people it makes the environment so much better. I also think that this school has really enriched my academic experience in the way we learn. It’s sort of like we learn more in less time because everything’s connected, so we’re learning how to be better readers while learning about life cycles all in one period which is really so productive and amazing.
-5th grade student