Navigating The Admissions Process
- How to Learn More About Solebury School
- Apply Now: How to Get Started
- Testing Requirements
- Explore this website's sections about the ESL program, on boarding life, on the classes we offer, and on the activities program. This is a great way to discover what makes Solebury School unique.
- Come and visit us. The best way to learn about anything is to experience it firsthand. We'd love to schedule a day for you to come and shadow a current student.
- Don't be afraid to ask questions. Call us or email us. No question is too small, and you can't call too often. This is a big decision, and we're here to help you.
- The application, including the nonrefundable application fee
- Your personal statements
- Parental Questionnaire
- Our Preliminary Health Report, which can be found as the supplemental item on the SAO
- The required school recommendation forms, which can be sent via your online SSAT account to your current school administrator/counselor, English, and Math teacher
- The last three years of your school report cards (the previous two years, plus the current year’s grades to date), and/or transcript which should be uploaded to the SAO
or, scan and email it to: firstname.lastname@example.org
TOEFL test scores should be submitted directly to our school from the testing center using the TOEFL code: 9695
International students do not have to take the SSAT but are required to submit other testing as noted below:
- 9th and 10th grade applicants must submit a TOEFL, TOEFL Junior, IELTS or ISEE.
- All 11th and 12th grade applicants must submit a TOEFL or IELTS score
Each applicant must submit a video where you answer several questions. This will be used as your admission interview. Please email your video to the Admission team at email@example.com. We will contact you should we need more information.
In the video, please answer the following questions:
- What academic subject is your favorite and why?
- Discuss a book you recently read and why you either liked it or disliked it.
- What activities do you participate in outside of school?
- Which of these activities are you best at?
- How would your friends describe you?
- Discuss one experience you have had that has influenced who you are.
Admission decisions will be based on an evaluation of the above materials.
We will be looking not just at the quality of the applicant, but also which qualified applicants fit the openings we have in each level of our ESL program.