February 15: Admission Decisions Mailed
March 15: Deposits Due
*Candidates applying after February 1 are considered on a rolling admission basis as space permits.
The Admissions Office welcomes inquiries and applications at any time. NOTE: Entry at any time after the first day of fall semester through April 1 of that academic year is considered mid-year enrollment.
International and Boarding Admissions: Applications received after February 1st will be processed and offered enrollment on a space-available basis. You may apply online through SSATB, SSATB online application and we also accept the TABs Common Application, http://www.boardingschools.com/how-to-apply/application.aspx.
Stuart Hall welcomes the application of young men grades 6-12 who would be interested in attending an international, coeducational day school, while experiencing a home-stay opportunity. Global Study Connections can assist you with your home-stay placement and questions, and they can be reached at Global Study Connections, www.globalstudyconnections.com. GSC works for students and their families to provide them the resources they need to pursue study abroad opportunities in America. They work with private day and boarding schools in Massachusetts, Virginia, California, Wisconsin, Michigan, New Jersey, Connecticut, Florida, Maine and New Hampshire.
Applying to Stuart Hall is easy. You may apply online for grades 6-12 using this link Online Application
( Stuart Hall code 7540) or download the application below and submit the forms either by mail or fax (contact information below):
Stuart Hall Applications:
Day Student Application
Domestic Boarding Student Application
International Student Application
To apply for the Lower School download the Application below:
Lower School Application
Download and print out the forms or contact us to request an information packet that includes a complete application. Print out out Stuart Hall brochures:
Stuart Hall Boarding Brochure
Stuart Hall Day Student Brochure
Please note: Policy for credit earned for students transferring in to Stuart Hall is recommended. Transcript courses having earned "D's" will not be recognized automatically for credit upon entering Stuart Hall. Individual circumstances will be considered.
Stuart Hall School offers a rigorous and supportive coeducational academic program in the liberal arts and sciences for students from kindergarten through grade 12. With respect for the development of each individual, the School is a community anchored in a multi-faceted core value:
Educating the Mind
Strengthening the Body
Renewing the Heart
Nurturing the Spirit
In the context of its Episcopal tradition, Stuart Hall School prepares boys and girls of all faiths for success in colleges and universities worldwide and for engaged, healthy lives of intellectual curiosity, responsible citizenship, creative expression, ethical leadership, and compassionate service.
Policy of Nondiscrimination
Stuart Hall School admits students of any race, color, sex, national and ethnic origin, or religion to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, national and ethnic origin, or religion in administration of its educational or admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs. We believe that a diverse and harmonious student body and faculty enhance the educational experience for all.
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