Grades 6-12 Application
Laurel School accepts applications for Grades 6–12 throughout the year. The below checklist outlines the application requirements. All items must be completed before the Admissions Committee will review your application.
We will work with you every step of the way to make the application process a positive and comfortable experience for your family. Please do not hesitate to contact us with your questions at 216-464-0946 or admissions@LaurelSchool.org.
Deadlines & Notifications
January 22, 2024
Admission application and Variable Tuition application deadline
Application (complete online through the above link or print the pdf version)
$40 non-refundable application fee
Parent/guardian questionnaire (complete online through the above link or print the pdf version)
Student questionnaire (complete online through the above link or print the pdf version)
Teacher evaluation to be completed by a math teacher (complete online through the above link or print the pdf version)
Teacher evaluation to be completed by an English teacher (complete online through the above link or print the pdf version)
Records from candidate’s current school (complete online through the above link or print the pdf version)
Student and Parent Visit
The best way to learn more about Laurel is by scheduling a visit. Find out how on our Visiting Laurel page. An interview is part of the student visit.
Independent School Entrance Exam (ISEE)
ISEE tests are offered in the fall, winter and spring. Students may test at any of the locations. The location options and more information on ISEE testing may be found through their parent website: www.erblearn.org. Laurel School’s ISEE code is 361305.
Come see our two-campus advantage! We invite you to join Laurel administrators, teachers, coaches, and students prior to making your admission decision. Learn more about how we use our 150-acre Butler Campus for athletics, experiential learning, leadership training on our 16-Element Project Adventure Course, Grades 3-5, Environmental Justice semester and more.
Please join us virtually to learn about Laurel's Environmental Justice Semester, our immersive, academic semester program open to Tenth and Eleventh Grade girls on Laurel's 150-acre Butler Campus in Russell Township, Ohio. The semester is centered around place-based learning and deep interdisciplinary scholarship while working to build student capacity for compelling storytelling and to foster ethical leadership. Zoom link will be provided after registration. REGISTER HERE!