Parent Application and Family Information (online)
Student Application Form
Math Teacher Recommendation Form
English or Social Studies Teacher Recommendation Form
School Report from Head of School or Guidance Counselor
Personal Recommendation (someone who knows you well)
A piece of graded homework or essay with teacher comments
$50.00 Non-refundable Application fee (online)
Music: If you would like for us to hear you perform, please send a YouTube video link (privately/unlisted is fine), or any sound format (mp3 etc.) in an email to Tiffany Baxter, the chair of the Performing Arts Department email@example.com with the subject title Admissions Music: (Your Name)
Art: Please send digital images by email to Kristin Breiseth, the chair of the Art Department firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject title Admissions Art: (Your Name)
Homeschooling Requirements: Please see the Homeschooling Requirements HERE.
A Two-Day Visit
The Admissions Office will contact families to arrange the two-day visit after applications have been processed. During the two-day visit, applicants will shadow a current student and attend classes, interview with the Director or Assistant Director of Admissions, interview with a student leader, participate in a Humanities discussion, and complete an age appropriate Math test.
Waring does not require the SSAT but will consider the Math score as part of the admission decision.
Decisions The Admission Committees consisting of faculty members will make the final decisions.
Please do not hesitate to contact us with any questions at any time.
Applications Due – January 15, 2018 Two-Day Visits – Scheduled by Admissions Office upon completion of file (visit will include interview) Decisions Mailed – March 10, 2018 Accepted Students Day – April 7, 2018
The Waring School offers a highly demanding college-preparatory education, for grades 6-12, which stresses liberal arts in the setting of a supportive school community. The Waring atmosphere is one in which both teachers and students want to learn and believe that school is not an end in itself but is the beginning of a lifelong learning process.