Dear Prospective Winston Parent,
Thank you for your interest in joining The Winston School community. We are excited to have you join us for the upcoming academic year and look forward to partnering with you in your child’s academic success!
At The Winston School, students gain the learning skills and self-reliance to succeed in college and throughout life. Serving children in grades K-12, Winston challenges its students to achieve in an environment that not only supports but also celebrates their individuality and creativity.
Following are the steps to enroll your child at The Winston School.
Submit Psychological / Psycho-Educational Testing
Testing should include standardized Cognitive/IQ and Achievement/Academic testing; as well as, Social-Emotional-Behavioral information:
- Standardized Cognitive IQ/Examples: Wechsler Intelligence Scales (WPPSI-IV, WISC-V or WAIS-IV), Woodcock-Johnson – Fourth Edition: Tests of Cognitive Ability (WJ-IV COG), or Kaufman Assessment Battery for Children – Second Edition (KABC-II)
- Standardized Achievement/Academic Examples: Wechsler Individual Achievement Test – Fourth Edition (WIAT-4), Woodcock-Johnson – Fourth Edition: Tests of Achievement (WJ-IV ACH), Kaufman Test of Educational Achievement – Third Edition (KTEA-3).
- Social-Emotional-Behavioral Information Examples: Classroom Observations, Information from Parent(s) and Teacher(s), Standardized Rating Scales (i.e. BASC-3, CONNERS-3, CONNERS CBRS, MACI-II, BRIEF-3, CEFI, BROWN EF/A, etc.)
- Equivalent Public School Records: Documents from the public school that would provide sufficient information include both a student’s most recent Admission Review Dismissal (ARD) or Individualized Education Program (IEP), AND Full Individul Evaluation (FIE).
- Please note, only students who have been evaluated for special education in a public or charter school will have these documents.
If your child has never been tested, or testing is outdated, The Winston School – Testing & Evaluation Center is able to provide testing services to individuals ages 3 through adult. Please visit our Testing & Evaluation Center’s website for additional information.
Complete a Tour
This tour is intended for the parent(s) and student-applicant, if appropriate, to see our campus and get a feel for our community.
Submit completed Online Application and pay the application fee of $195
To begin the Online Application process you must first Create an Account. Then, log into your account and click the “Create a New Student Application” button. You will then have the flexibility to log in and out of your account, save what you’ve done, and continue editing until you submit the application. After submitting the application, you will be able to log into your account to:
- Track online your admission status
- Print the completed application
- Monitor receipt of supplemental application materials and
- Print additional supplemental forms if necessary
Submit School Evaluations & Transcript:
Please download, print, and sign each evaluation form linked below, then forward to the appropriate school personnel. Include an envelope addressed to:
Photocopies of previous year’s report cards (Kindergarten – Eighth Grade)
Transcript/School Records Release Form to current school (Ninth – Twelfth Grade)
Final Step of the application process.
- School years applicants (August – April): conduct a 3-day visit
- Summer applicants (May – July): conduct a student and family interview with Division Head
**An Admission decision will be made within a week after the final step is completed**