Dear Prospective Families,

Choosing a school that is right for your child is a process that requires great care. We are thrilled that you have decided to take the first step toward applying to The Axon School. The admission process is designed to give you opportunities to become familiar with The Axon School and to help us get to know your family. 

It is hard to describe the energy within these walls – the buzz of warmth and welcome that envelops new students and families and makes them feel right at home. The best way to experience it is to visit. Take a tour and we are sure you and your child will feel the difference.

Sincerely,

The Admissions Team

 

Admissions Process

Schedule a Virtual Tour
Step 1
Fill out an Application
Step 2
Schedule an Interview
Step 3
Acceptance and Registration
Step 4
1. VIRTUAL TOUR

Come visit our school! We’d love to show you all that The Axon School has to offer. Our tours run on Wednesdays and are conducted during normal school hours and are by appointment only.

*Due to current situation we can only setup virtual meetings*

Virtual Tour

2. APPLICATION SUBMISSION

– Complete the application along with any testing/reports from the past two years such as WSC or language specialist (if applicable).

– Ask your child’s current teacher to fill out a recommendation form
 
– Send your child’s school a request for release of school information form 
 
Thereafter we will be able to review the completed application
 

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3. INTERVIEW
If it is determined that Axon is a good match, we will invite you and your child for an interview to meet key staff.
 
We will discuss the program, answer your questions, and mutually determine the suitability for admission. This step also serves to relieve any anxieties related to entering a new school.
4. REGISTRATION

After the interview/tour, students who we believe will thrive in the Axon environment will receive registration materials.

Notice of Nondiscriminatory Policy

The Axon School admits students of any race, color, national origin, or ethnic origin to all the privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, or ethnic origin in administration of educational policies, tutition assistance programs, or other school-administered programs.