2022-2023 Elementary Admissions Procedures for New Students
We are thrilled you are interested in joining the Seneca Academy village! Though our students are learning in person, our campus is currently closed to the general public due to health regulations. However, we are still available to guide you through the admissions process for next year!
If you are interested in a mid-year admission for the 2021-2022 school year, we have very limited spaces available. Please contact our Director of Admissions, Priscella Celentano, to inquire.
Please RSVP to a virtual open house on November 16, 2021, or contact our Director of Admissions, Priscella Celentano to set up an informational pre-admissions session via phone or Zoom.
Following receipt of the application and application fee, the Admissions Director will contact you to schedule a meeting with your student(s), as well as a parent meeting with the Head of School, so that we can get to know your family better. Completed admissions materials will be reviewed by the Admissions Committee and the Committee will notify you in writing on March 4, 2022 (if admissions process is completed by February 15, 2021).
Elementary Admissions Procedures for Current Seneca Academy Pre-K Students Applying to Kindergarten
- Complete the online application for the 2022-2023 school year and submit a nonrefundable $30 application fee. Current preschool students do not need to submit the student recommendation form or the transcript release. Students must turn 5 by September 1 of the year of entry.
- Completed applications will be reviewed by the Admissions Committee and the Committee will notify you in writing.
Seneca Academy seeks to admit a diverse population of students who are able to meet the academic and social expectations of the school. Seneca Academy is nondenominational and does not discriminate on the basis of ethnicity, gender, race, religion, politics, sexual orientation, or socioeconomic status in the admission of children. We welcome the opportunity to communicate with parents about whether our school is a “good match” for their children.