How to Apply

The Admissions Office is still accepting and reviewing applications for the 2022-2023 school year!  We are reviewing applications, interviewing, and making enrollment offers on a rolling basis. Interviews will be held both virtually and in person.

At this time, masks are optional for visitors to Churchill.  Visitors must provide proof of vaccination or an FDA-approved COVID-19 test indicating a negative result done no more than 72 hours prior to your visit.

How to Apply to the Churchill School

Thank you for your interest in The Churchill School and Center. We are happy your family is considering Churchill for your child.  The Admissions Office is here to help determine if Churchill is the right educational environment where your child will find comfort and success. The admissions process begins with a completed application. Please follow the steps below:

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  • Submit an Application

    • Create a username and password for our online Admissions Portal.
    • Complete the online application and submit the $75.00 non-refundable application fee.
    • Upload your child’s Neuropsychological or Psychoeducational Evaluation, completed within 2 years (required)
    • Upload your child’s IEP (if applicable)
    • Upload supporting evaluations (Speech, OT, progress reports, etc.) (if applicable)
    • Upload a completed Release Form, downloadable in your child’s checklist (required)
    • Request that your child’s teacher completes a questionnaire by inputting an email address through the portal. Additional providers may submit forms as well, but the teacher questionnaire is required.
  • Application Review

    • Once the supporting documents have been received by the Admissions Office, the application is reviewed and an initial determination is made.
    • If it is determined your child might be appropriate for our program, we will move forward with scheduling Interviews and Assessments.
    • We interview only when we anticipate a space.  For students that are applying for a grade with no anticipated spaces, any student who appears appropriate after our initial review will be added to a waitlist.  ONLY when space becomes available will we schedule interviews.
    After review, we may determine Churchill is not the appropriate educational setting for your child.  In that case, we will work with you as best we can to assist in finding the right educational environment.
  • Interview

    Interviews and Assessments
    Once the Admissions Committee has reviewed your documents and determined to move forward:
    Your visit will begin with a tour for your family.  All in-person visitors must show proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test completed within the past 72 hours.

    Parent/Guardian Interview
    An interview will be scheduled where you will meet with the Director of Enrollment Management. This conversation will explore the match between Churchill and your family.
    Student Assessments
    While you are participating in your Interview, your student will be scheduled for assessments administered by a member of our Mental Health Support Services Office. 
    Kindergarten & 1st Grade
    • Students will participate in playgroups, run by members of the Admissions Committee.
    Grades 2-8
    • Students will receive social/emotional, academic, and speech & language screenings from members of our Admissions Team.
    Grade 9
    • The student will have a conversation with a member of our Mental Health Support Services Office, have a speech & language screening, and be interviewed by a member of the Admissions Committee.
    Please Note: we typically do not have placement for students past Grade 9.  Applications for students in other High School grades are considered very carefully and only when space is available.

  • Final Decision & Enrollment

    • Commitment Letters will be sent in December to families who have completed the interview process and are accepted.  This letter informs parents The Churchill School commits to holding a seat for their child, but no commitment is required on your part.
    • In February, Enrollment Contracts are sent out.  Families are given 10 business days to return the contract with a non-refundable deposit.
If you are not yet ready to apply, please consider one of the following:

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Application Deadlines

We are still accepting and reviewing 22-23 applications for all grades K-10 and are admitting students on a rolling basis.

We accept applications year-round. Depending on space availability, we may not actively review submitted applications year-round.  If space becomes available in any grade past our deadlines, we will review all applications submitted, giving preference to those submitted before the deadline.