Friday, Jan. 15th, 2021:
Complete Application Deadline for Early Notification
A complete application (including materials and an interview) by this date guarantees an admissions decision by Friday, February 5th.
Monday, Jan. 25th, 2021:
Application Deadline for Regular Notification (Application, Transcript, Recommendation)
An application by this date guarantees an admissions decision by Thursday, February 25th. Late applications will be processed on a case-by-case basis.
Financial Aid Application Deadline
Lower and Middle School applicants for financial aid will be notified of their grant by Thursday, February 25th.
Tuesday, Feb. 2nd, 2021:
Last day of Lower and Middle School interviews
After this date, interviews by invitation only based upon submitted records.
Friday, Dec. 18th, 2020:
Upper School Application and Materials Deadline (Application, Recommendation, Transcript, Testing if applicable)
Friday, Jan. 8th, 2021:
Upper School Admissions Interview Deadline
A complete application by this date guarantees an admissions decision by Thursday, Feb. 25th. Late applications and interviews will be processed on a case-by-case basis. Because we expect full enrollment by March 11th, timely applications are very much appreciated. We are eager to get to know you and your family.
Friday, Jan. 8th, 2021:
Upper School Financial Aid Application Deadline
A financial aid application by this date guarantees a financial aid decision by Thursday, February 25th.
The Heights expects full enrollment by mid-March. Each year, however, we experience a small number of unanticipated openings due to the international nature of our city. Consequently, the following process allows late applicants to apply to our waitpool in the event of such openings. To apply to the waitpool, please:
- Submit Application online through the Admissions Portal;
- Submit unofficial copy of report card by email to firstname.lastname@example.org;
- In April, The Heights will reach out to you if, based on the records and our available spaces, a student visit is advisable;
- Following the visit, should you chose to complete the process, please request recommendations, official transcripts, and schedule the family interview through the parent portal;
- Decisions released on an as-available basis, no earlier than April 1, as late as August 2021.
Sadly, and in order to stay 100% in-person for as long as possible, we have cancelled our visit day program for the 2020-21 admissions season. We regret not being able to host applicants for a full day.
In lieu of this, however, we will offer (and require) an hour long interview/tour to be held beginning November 2020. This will provide a chance for your son to see The Heights in person, while offering us an opportunity to get to know your family.
We ask that both parents accompany the applicant student to this interview. These appointments can be scheduled online through the admissions portal.
2. Apply online
Click here to submit an application.
3. Submit a Transcript and Recommendation
Submit a transcript and recommendation. These forms can be accessed in the Parent Portal after submitting the application and fee online. While we will continue to accept teacher recommendations via email, fax, or hard copy, the teacher recommendation may be requested, completed, and submitted online using the admissions parent portal.
4. Upper School Applicants may, at their election, submit SSAT or other standardized test scores
The Heights is Test-Optional. Accordingly, Upper School applicants, if they so choose, may take the SSAT or send us another similar standardized test score once it becomes available. For those electing to take the SSAT, more information can be found at ssat.org. You may send results directly to us. Regardless of whether standardized tests are submitted, all applicants will read aloud to their interviewer, provide a short writing sample during the family interview, and complete written work during their visit day. Consequently, The Heights does not require a standardized test, but rather leaves it to the applicant family to decide whether such a test is in the best interest of their son.