What happens after the screening?
Parents/Guardians will receive a summary letter providing feedback from the Admissions Director, including interpretations of test scores and recommendations for your child. There are generally 2 outcomes after a screening:
If your child is found to be an appropriate candidate, he/she will be put on “Hold” status. This simply means that your child will be considered for acceptance during the decision process.
If it is determined that this is not the appropriate learning environment for your child, you will receive feedback and recommendations for other academic options.
What happens if my child is not asked to come in for a screening?
If the Admissions committee feels that The Schenck School is not the appropriate setting for your child, you will receive a letter from the Admissions Director indicating why that decision was made. You will also receive recommendations of other schools that might be a better fit for your child and his/her learning needs.
Does The School offer financial aid?
The Schenck School’s Board of Trustees believes that the cost of our program should not deter you from applying and/or accepting a space for our program. Please visit our
Financial Aid site
for further information.
When are decisions made?
All decisions will be made by mid-April.