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Admission Procedure

COMPLETE AN APPLICATION  

To be considered for the Class of 2024, please complete the online TADS application by December 13, 2019. Applications received  by that date will be considered on a rolling admissions basis only if space is still available. Submitting an admissions application by the deadline is strongly suggested, as we have had a wait list the past two years. 

Click Here to Complete an Application

 

Schedule a Panther for a Day Visit

At the end of the application, there is a form to select a visit day. Student interviews will be conducted on the day of the visit. Optional parent interviews are also offered on the Panther day.

 

Submit Transcripts
Parents of applicants must request Official Transcripts and standardized test scores be sent to the Admissions Office as soon as possible.

Submit Recommendations
Students are asked to supply two recommendation forms. These must be filled out by a two academic teachers (Math & English) and mailed to the Admissions Office by the application deadline.

 

Admissions Testing

The Academy administered the COOP HSPT test this year. If you did not take the COOP test, please call 973-290-5225 to schedule a time to take the entrance exam.

 Transfer to The Academy
1. Submit An Application

2. Submit Transcripts
Parents of applicants must request Official Transcripts and standardized test scores be sent to the Admissions Office as soon as possible.

3. Submit Recommendations
Students are asked to supply two recommendation forms. These must be filled out by a two academic teachers (Math & English) and mailed to the Admissions Office by the application deadline.

4. Scheduled Interview
The Guidance Department will review applications after the first three phases of admission are completed. Our Guidance Department will then contact applicants and their families to schedule an in-person interview.
 

The Academy is well known as an institution focusing on diversity and affordability in its commitment to the education of women. The girls who choose the Academy come from many cultures and economic levels, but they all share interests in learning and forging friendships that will last a lifetime.

 

The Academy of Saint Elizabeth accords students of any race, religion, national and ethnic origin all rights and privileges, programs and activities made available to students and student-athletes at the school.

 

Geographic Representation

Academy students come from public, private, and independent schools in Morris, Somerset, Union, Essex, Warren, Ocean, Sussex, and Hunterdon counties. Their modes of transportation include bus service from strategic locations and car-pooling. Most of our students, however, have the advantage of the train located just outside our front gates. Licensed students are permitted to drive.