– Admissions Kit
– Application for Admission
– Personal Statement
– Parent Statements
– Recommendation Form – Mathematics
– Recommendation Form – Language Arts
– Records Release
– Emergency Contact
– Tuition Assistance Application
In order to be considered for admission at NH School of Applied Learning (NHSAL), families must complete the following steps:
♦ Information (Tour/Observation) – request a program review with the Head of School, Debra Hogan
♦ Application – complete and submit an Application for Admission including records for current and former schools, and Student Evaluation Forms (reference link) and the one-time $150 nonrefundable application fee.
♦ Interview/Applicant Visit – prospective parents will be contacted to arrange their student’s interview at NHSAL. Middle School candidates will participate in the program for ½ day observation.
♦ Acceptance – Letters of acceptance, non-acceptance, and wait lists will be mailed within 7 days after interview. An admissions packet including a tuition contract is included for students who are accepted.
♦ Response – Once your child has been accepted to NHSAL, you will be asked to return a signed contract along with a non-refundable tuition deposit (refer to tuition payment plan options) to the school within 10 days.
Enrollment preferences are given to children who are re-enrolling and students who have or have had siblings at either Southern NH Montessori Academy or NH School of Applied Learning.
The balance of ages and sexes in each class is important to classroom harmony. Therefore, an appropriate balance will be maintained when enrolling new students. Final placement of students in classes is done at the discretion of the teachers and administrators.
NH School of Applied Learning is a non-sectarian school that does not discriminate against individuals on the basis of race, color, religion, national or ethnic origin, political beliefs, disabilities, marital status or sexual orientation in the administration of its educational policies, admission or hiring policies, and other school administered programs.