How to Apply
Chartwell views the admissions process as a collaborative venture in which we work closely with parents to determine the educational choice that is best for their child. While prospective families learn about Chartwell, we learn about prospective students and their individual needs and goals. Our mutual purpose is to discover if Chartwell is the “right fit” for the child. Applications are accepted year-round.
We invite families to submit an Application for Admission. Simply follow the links at the bottom of the page to begin the process. Once we receive your application, we will contact you to guide you through the process.
This includes the following:
- Parent Statement
- Student Statement (for students entering Middle and High School)
- Psycho-educational Assessment Report (administrated to applicant within the last two years by a licensed psychologist) – the report should include all composite and subtest scores and a test of achievement skills
- School Records (including current IEP or 504 plan)
- Transcripts (for students entering High School)
- Other clinical reports from professionals (SLP, OT, etc)
- Immunization Record
The admissions interview process is as follows:
- For admission to the Lower and Middle School programs, families will have a tour of the campus and the applicant will take placement testing in oral reading, spelling, writing and math so we can observe the student at work in an educational environment. After that, we will meet with the parents to determine the best educational options for their child.
- For admissions to the High School program, families will have a tour of the campus and the student will “shadow” in the program during the academic day. After that, we will meet with the parents to determine the best educational options for their child.