Open Enrollment for the 2017-2018 school year will open on February 1, 2017.
Step 1. Open House/School Tour and Required Readings Attend an Oak Hill open house or schedule a tour of the school and complete required readings. All prospective families must attend either an open house or schedule a tour with the school admissions office and read the Oak Hill Statement of Faith, the Student/ Parent Handbook and An Introduction to Classical Education: A Guide for Parents by Christopher Perrin before making application to the school. All items are available from Oak Hill.
Step 2. Pray for the Lord’s guidance in this decision for your family.
Step 3. Application Form and Fee Complete the online application via TADS and submit payment for the $150 application fee for each new student. This fee is non-refundable. If applicable, also complete and submit an Application for Financial Assistance online at TADS Tuition Assessment.
Step 4. Student Testing Math, reading, and writing entrance assessments will be administered as part of the admissions process to determine that the student is at least on grade level in basic academic skills.
Step 5. Family Interview Upon receipt of your completed admission application(s), other required documents, and fee (and financial assistance application, if applicable), a family interview with the headmaster will be scheduled. At the interview, the assessments will be discussed, the family’s questions about Oak Hill will be answered and the school’s expectations will be clarified. Each parent and student must participate in the family interview; siblings are encouraged to attend as well.
Step 6. Notification The school will contact the parents with the decision regarding acceptance. If accepted, the family will receive an email with letter of acceptance and a link to the enrollment contract. The school will also notify parents with respect to decisions regarding any requests for financial assistance.
Step 7. Registration The enrollment contract must be completed through TADS with the $400 registration fee per student submitted for the enrollment to be finalized. All financial arrangements between the family and the school must be clearly understood before the admissions process is considered final.