Application Checklist

We’re so pleased that you are interested in The Caedmon School for your child. Given the pandemic, our admissions process will look different than in a typical year, but meeting with and getting to know your child and your family as unique individuals and introducing you to The Caedmon School remain at the heart of our mission and are the most important parts of our process. Our tours, open houses, and parent and child interviews will all take place via zoom meeting. We understand that online meetings may not be the easiest for young children and will remain flexible with scheduling additional meetings, as needed. 

Below is a checklist of steps to complete our admissions process for enrollment for Fall 2021.  If you are interested in applying for the current 2020-2021 school year, please email Jennifer Tarpley, tarpley@caedmonschool.org, to inquire about space availability. We can’t wait to get to know your family and to share The Caedmon School with you!

The steps below should be completed through our Ravenna portal.  Click each step for more details.

1. Inquire

Click here to submit your inquiry to our Ravenna Hub and indicate whether you are applying for 2021-2022 or the current school year, 2020-2021. If you are interested in admission for the current school year, please email Jennifer Tarpley, tarpley@caedmonschool.org, to inquire about space availability. Be sure to establish your Ravenna account with an email address that you can use for the entire admissions season and make note of your password so that you can check into your account as needed.

2. Apply

Once you have completed your inquiry, you will have access to our application through the Ravenna Hub. Our application for fall 2021 will be available Friday, August 21st, 2020.

3. Visit

After you have submitted your inquiry we encourage you to register for the following. Please note, required events have an asterisk*: 

  • Preschool applicants (ages 2.0 – 4.11 by 9/1/2021):
    • Online Information Session/Virtual Tour and/or Open House (Register through Ravenna)  or . . .
    • Online Interactive Open House (Register through Ravenna)

*We require that you attend one of the two events listed above.

  • Kindergarten and Elementary School applicants (ages 5.0 – 10.0 by 9/1/2021):
    • Online Parent Interview, Virtual Tour, and Discussion with Head of School and a current parent* (We’ll contact you to schedule once we receive an inquiry)
    • Online Interactive Open House (Register through Ravenna. Optional event)

4. Parent Interview

Young Beginner and Beginner (ages 2.0-2.11) applicant parents will be contacted to schedule a family interview with their child. Early Program (ages 3.0-4.11) applicant parents will be contacted to schedule a parent interview. Kindergarten through Grade 5 (ages 5.0 and up) applicant parents will be contacted to schedule a virtual tour, parent interview, and also to meet with the Head of School (this is the same event as that listed under “Visit” above. All of these meetings will be conducted through Zoom meeting for the immediate future.

5. Child Interview

Early Program, Kindergarten, and Elementary School applicant parents will be contacted to arrange a time for their child to meet 1:1 with one of our teachers via Zoom meeting. Once we receive your child’s application, Susan Bonet, Admissions Assistant, will be in contact to arrange a date and discuss the details.

6. Submit (Kindergarten through Grade 5)

Applicant parents will be asked to submit a request to their child’s current school for an ISAAGNY report (Kindergarten through Grade 5), a transcript (Grades 1-5), and their child’s most recent report card (Grades 2-5). Please contact Jennifer Tarpley, tarpley@caedmonschool.org, to discuss exceptions during this spring term.

7. Testing (Grades 3-5)

We will not be requiring testing for the upcoming admissions season.

 

Click here to see our Admissions Calendar for the 2020-2021 application season.

The Caedmon School does not discriminate against students because of gender, race, religion, color, disability, nationality, ethnic origin, or sexual orientation in any of the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to the students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of gender, race, religion, color, disability, nationality, ethnic origin, or sexual orientation in the administration of its educational policies and other school administered programs.

 

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