Admissions

Application Process

ADMISSIONS CHECKLIST

1. VISIT SELWYN (optional)

First things first – learn about Selwyn! Schedule and take a campus tour with the Director of Admissions.

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2. SUBMIT THE APPLICATION

Submit the application and application fee. These must be submitted prior to scheduling testing. All supporting documents (teacher recommendations, transcripts, standardized test scores, etc.) must also be submitted when applicable.

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3. DETERMINE APPLICANT READINESS

All prospective students are encouraged to spend a ‘day in the life’ of a Selwyn student. Prospective students entering second grade and above are required to take the Independent School Entrance Exam for admission. These two events can occur on the same day. To arrange your visit day and ISEE test, contact the Director of Admissions

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4. REQUEST OFFICIAL TRANSCRIPT

Transcripts must be requested by the family and sent directly to Selwyn from the applicant’s current school. Transcripts may consist of progress reports, test results, and letter or numeric grades. If your school requires Selwyn to request official documents, please contact the Director of Admissions.

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5. ADMISSION COMMITTEE REVIEW

Once the applicant’s file is complete, the Admission Committee will meet to make its decision. They evaluate the student’s individual talents, academic skills, motivation towards learning, personal interests, and developmental readiness.

6. ENROLLMENT

Once your student is accepted, you will be given instruction on how to officially enroll in RenWeb, pay the New Family Fee and complete all registration and health forms.

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The Selwyn School Admissions Office welcomes the opportunity to meet and talk to you personally.

You may contact the Office of Admissions at (940) 382-6771 x135 or email admissions@selwynschool.com.

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As soon as the admissions process is complete and the student has been accepted, he or she may begin classes!


STATEMENT OF NONDISCRIMINATION
Selwyn School admits students of any race, color, nationality or ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of color, national or ethnic origin in administration of educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship, financial aid, athletic or other school programs.

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