Admission Procedure

" The Poorest education that teaches self control, is
better than the best that neglects it. " - Dorothy Nevil

pictureThe procedure for admission is intended to acquaint prospective parents and students with the school and its philosophy. Furthermore, it is designed to give assurance that the goals parents have for their children are compatible with the mission and philosophy of the school and that the applicant is compatible with the staff and the students enrolled in the school. If you are interested in pursuing admission to the school, please follow this procedure:

1) Schedule a visit and interview with the directors. Please bring the applicant(s) applying for admission to the interview. This is an opportunity for you and your child(ren) to meet Dr. and Mrs. Anderson, ask questions, and visit the campus.

2) Complete the application forms and submit information about the applicant. This may include test scores (achievement, aptitude or ability), historical records (report cards/grades), samples of creative achievements, scrapbook(s), resume/vita, checklist(s) of characteristics, list(s) of awards and recognitions, letter(s) of recommendation or other any items which evidence the applicant's aptitude, achievements, and potential. Please submit copies only, as the application and portfolio are placed in the permanent record at Anderson Private School and cannot be returned.

3) Schedule an interview with our consulting psychologist. Contact the office of Dr. David J. Welsh at 817-735-8299 to make an appointment. Dr. Welsh will assist in ascertaining the qualifications of the applicant(s). You will find Dr. Welsh to be charismatic and highly qualified to assist you and your child(ren).The parent(s) or legal guardian(s) are also expected to participate in the interview. The application fee is $155.00 and covers the consulting fee for psychologist, Dr. David J. Welsh. Please make payment directly to Dr. Welsh, at the time of your interview.

4) A review of the application will be conducted by the selection committee. This committee will: (a) Approve the applicant for admission and a six week observation (probation) period or (b) Request additional information or (c) Deny placement. An appeal may be made to the committee.

5) Submit tuition payment. Upon acceptance, it is important to make a tuition payment in order to reserve a place for the school year. There are three payment options available (see Tuition & Fees).picture

Trip Portfolio and Photos

The entire school travels somewhere every Friday for an adventurous experience. Click below to see our trip portfolio.

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