Admission Process & Tuition
The first part of the admission process is to schedule your personalized tour, or a remote tour if needed. To plan your visit please email either Dana Cahill at firstname.lastname@example.org or Melody Maskell at email@example.com. You can also fill out the form below and someone will be in touch.
Cambridge School is an extraordinary place where children with dyslexia, ADHD, and other language-based learning differences thrive.
Our admission process is designed to determine an applicant’s appropriateness for placement at Cambridge. Note, we are not able to offer placement to children with primary emotional/behavioral issues or autism.
After the parent tour and class visit, please provide the following information to the Admission Office:
$475 non-refundable fee. This fee includes administrative costs, reviewing reports/evaluations, performing interviews, and administering placement testing. Baseline testing includes a diagnostic assessment of reading, wide range achievement test, and Peabody Picture Vocabulary Test III (PPVTIII).
Supporting documents, including: reports from all recently administered educational and psychological testing; an achievement battery including reading, math, and written language assessments with updated norms; and school records including Individual Educational Plans (I.E.P.)
Student Visit/Screening and Placement
After reviewing a student’s application and supporting documents, the Admission Office will be in touch with parents to schedule the screening and placement testing. The Director of Admission will meet with parents once the student visit/screening and placement testing is complete. Shortly after that, an offer for placement will be extended to appropriate candidates in the form of an acceptance letter. We try our best to let families know during their initial contact if we feel Cambridge School is not the right placement; however, sometimes this is not apparent until later in the process. In these instances, families will be notified as soon as possible.
Providing your child with an excellent education is vital to his or her future, and this is especially true for children with learning differences. At Cambridge School, we believe that every child deserves the opportunity for an excellent education, regardless of socioeconomic status. Each year we provide needs-based financial aid to qualifying families to close the gap between what they can afford and the costs of a Cambridge education. We are now offering Early Intervention Scholarships for K – 2nd grade students. Be sure to ask about our financial aid assessment during the admission process.
The Admission Team
Associate Head of School / Director of Admission