Crestwell School

Connecting Students to Success

Admissions

How to apply to Crestwell School:

 Download and/or the three page Application Form in PDF format (you will need the Adobe Acrobat Viewer to view this document - get it free here.)

» View and download the Application Form here.

 

Step 1.Complete the application forms and submit with a $50.00 nonrefundable fee. Applicant for grades one (1) through eight (8) must submit copies of report cards and standardized testing results from previous schools.
  
 This will begin the admissions procedure. Please add and additional $100.00 charge for foreign or overseas student processing and issuing I-20 for student Visa applications.
The Crestwell applicant must send funds and I-20 to S.E.V.I.S to get an I-190 sent directly to S.E.V.I.S.
  
Step 2.You may be asked to give recommendation forms to your child's teachers, principal, or vice-principal. Ask them to complete the recommendations and return them directly to us. In some cases a verbal reference may be required. We will send and acknowledgment of receipt letter to your when we have received this packet of materials.
  
Step 3.The student is asked to visit for the day after the application and report cards are reviewed. The visit is part of the screening process. In the summer a teacher reference or interview may be required.
  
Step 4.A letter of acceptance or denial will follow when the application process is completed.

The Crestwell School, the Crestwell Pre-Kindergarten and the Crestwell Higher Learning School admits students of any race, color and national or ethnic origin.

Crestwell does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, or national and ethnic origin in the administration of its educational policies, admission policies, athletic or other school-administered programs.  Crestwell Higher Learning is dedicated to maintaining a diverse community in an atmosphere of mutual respect and appreciation of differences.

 Crestwell is authorized under Federal Law to enroll non-immigrant alien students.  Crestwell is an approved school for the International Student and Exchange Visitor Program (SEVP).