Montverde Academy welcomes applications from families throughout the year.
Due to the competitive nature of the admission process, we suggest that families apply one full year prior to the year their child would enter the Academy.
Montverde Academy admits students of any race, color, national, and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities made available to students at the Academy. Montverde Academy does not discriminate on the basis of disability, race, national, and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admission policies, athletic, and other school administered programs.
The Admission Committee evaluates applicants on the basis of the application form, the applicant’s academic and social history, school and teacher recommendations, a personal interview, and admission test scores. Criteria for admission are also dependent upon the ability and desire to commit to a challenging, academic, college preparatory program and the applicant’s desire to attend Montverde Academy.
Special consideration is given to qualified children of faculty, alumni, and siblings currently attending Montverde Academy.
Upcoming Important Dates!
Early Decision (Grades 6-12 only)
November 30, 2018 All admission materials including testing are due on this date.
December 20th Admission decisions will be sent out by this date.
Regular Decision (All grades)
January 31, 2019 All admission materials including testing are due on this date.
February 2, 2019 Admission decisions will sent out by this date.
Rolling Decisions (All grades)
Beginning February 18th Please contact the Admission Office for availability.
Minimum of a "C" average in core courses
"Average" to "Excellent" teacher recommendations
"Above Average" to "Excellent" conduct and citizenship
"Average" to "Above Average" admission test scores
Please note: transcripts, recommendations, passports/birth certificates can be uploaded to the site during the application process.
All applicants are required to submit school transcripts to the Admission Office.
Lower School – Applicants for Grades 3rd-5th Official report cards for the past three years. Applicants for Grades 1st -2nd Official report cards for the past year or two years.
Middle School – A copy of official previous (two years) and current (first trimester or first semester) school transcripts, including prior year’s standardized testing results (if applicable) and attendance information.
Upper School – A copy of official school transcripts from grades 8-12, including prior year’s standardized testing (if applicable) and attendance information.
International Students – All international students must submit two copies of their transcripts: one copy in the native language, and one copy translated into English. NOTE: If you need assistance finding a company to translate transcripts, please contact the Admission Office.
The Admission Assessment for applicants applying for grades Pre-K3–5 is scheduled individually by the Admission Office once an application has been submitted.
Applicants for grades Pre-K3–K are required to take the Brigance Screen.
Applicants for grades 1-3 are required to take the WRAT3.
Applicants for grades 4-5 are required to take the WRAT4.
Applicants for grades 6-12 are required to register for the Secondary School Admission Test (SSAT). Scores are submitted by the testing agency. SSAT registration and test information is available at www.ssat.org or you may call SSAT at 609-683-4440. The Montverde Academy SSAT code number is 5160.
If you have taken the PSAT, ACT, SAT please submit the test score to the Admission Office. It is recommended for international applicants to submit a TOEFL test score. The Montverde Academy TOEFL code number is 3628.
Admission Process Information
We sincerely appreciate your interest in Montverde Academy and know that finding the right educational institution for your child can be challenging. We have created these letters to help guide you through the application process.