The Learning Tree accepts applications for students entering grades PK to 7. We seek to enroll students who demonstrate that they can contribute to and succeed in our learning environment. The Learning Tree does not discriminate with regard to race, ethnicity, national origin or religious affiliation.
The Admissions Process When should parents begin the application process?
Contact the school and secure an application for admissions beginning in February. We have a rolling admissions process that closes when each class is full. That said, families completing the admissions process by May 1st will be given the fullest consideration for available seats. Parents completing the process after this time period will be considered on a first come first serve basis. Parents are encouraged to complete the application process as early as possible as space is always limited. A complete application consists of a completed application form, transcripts, interview and assessment tests.
What are the steps I need to take if I am interested in The Learning Tree for my child?
Step 1 - Families interested in fall enrollment should call or email the school.
Step 2 - Visit the school and interview. We host an Open House in the spring of each year. This is an ideal time to visit the school. Interviews must be scheduled by appointment. An interview of both the student and parents will be conducted. At this time we will describe our program in more detail and answer questions parents and students may have. The purpose of the interview and school visit is to learn more about one another.
Step 3 - Take Assessment tests. Student will be given an assessment test in math and English Language Arts. This test is usually administered on the same day as the interview.
Step 4 - Submit a copy of student transcripts including the most recent report card and any IEP that the students may have.
Step 5 - Receive an admissions determination letter from the school. We will contact you in writing to inform you as to whether your child has been accepted for admission. If so, registration forms and a school contract will be sent to you. These forms must be filled out and returned with a tuition deposit within thirty days to assure your child's place in the class. Registration materials and deposits received after July 15th may not guarantee enrollment and may cause the student to be wait-listed.
The Learning Tree is a not-for-profit, 501(c)(3) organization. Donations are tax deductible as allowable by law.