The first step is to schedule a visit. Individual tours and meetings can be scheduled with the Dean of Admission by calling the school. Plan to spend at least an hour and a half at Lyndon on your first visit.
The second step is to submit an Admission Application and arrange for a visitation for your child(ren). If applying for Jr. Kindergarten through 6th grade, we recommend scheduling a full-day visitation. This visitation also allows our teachers to observe and learn more about your child, and it provides the administration with time to screen or test each potential student. Learn more about a full-day visitation.
For applicants of 7th grade and above, we recommend touring and visiting with future classmates, but only scheduling admission testing is necessary.
Required Admission Application Documents
1. Admission Application with a $50.00 application fee on or before your child’s scheduled visitation;
2. The most recent grade card, if applicable;
3. The Teacher Recommendation Form, if applicable;
4. The School Record Form, if applicable;
5. The most recent standardized test results, if available; and
6. A recent photo.
The Admissions Committee will consider all applicants at its earliest convenience. Acceptance Letters will be sent out shortly after each meeting. A commitment to Lyndon Academy and deposit are required soon after receipt of the Letter of Acceptance in order to secure a seat. We are excited that you are taking Lyndon Academy under strong consideration! Please feel free to contact us with any questions you have regarding the application process.
If you are a foreign non-immigrant student who wishes to apply to Lyndon Academy, please submit an application for admission and contact the school at email@example.com for assistance with seeking an I-20: (Certificate of Eligibility for Non-immigrant Student Status for Academic and Language Students) with the United States Department of Immigration.
A minimum score of 800 is required for the Junior Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL), a minimum score of 80 is required on the TOEFL for high school students, and a minimum score of a 4 is required on the iTEP SLATE.
As a private school, Lyndon Academy does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, religion, national, or ethnic origin. New students are accepted based on screening, observation and testing results.