That's what families say about Eagle Hill: it feels like coming home.
And that's intentional. Our dedicated faculty and staff work to ensure that every Eagle Hill student feels like school is a safe and welcoming space where they can be, and become, themselves - this transformation begins with our admissions process.
The Eagle Hill admissions process is designed to ensure that your child will thrive here.
All children are considered for admission in a thoughtful, thorough manner. Our process ensures that we accept only the students who will most benefit from our unique and highly specialized program.
"I would tell them [a prospective student] if you're ever, ever struggling it's okay. You're in a school with other kids who have the same disability as you. It's home. It's okay and you'll learn so much. It's going to be okay."
Ready to apply to Eagle Hill School? Follow our three-step process:
Step 1: Submit an application
The complete application file includes the Eagle Hill application and supporting documentation, including:
- An online application
- A neuro-psych evaluation conducted within the past two years
- School reports
- Any specialists' reports available (i.e. speech and language, therapist, academic tutor, etc)
Step 2: Meet with the Admissions team
Once we have reviewed your child's completed application file, we will contact you to set up an appointment to visit the school and meet with a member of the Admissions team. You will:
- Tour the campus
- Observe students and faculty in classes and activities
- Meet the Admissions team to determine if the school is a good fit for your child.
Step 3: Bring your child for a visit
If the first two steps reveal that Eagle Hill is a good fit for your child, then it's time for your child to come to campus for a visit. During the visit, your child will:
- Attend classes with a student host
- Join the host for lunch and activities
This step is critical to a final decision, as it helps determine if your child feels comfortable in the Eagle Hill setting. It also allows faculty to determine if our program can meet your child's educational needs.
Is Eagle Hill right for your child?
Explore an Eagle Hill education if your child has:
- A language-based learning difference, including but not limited to dyslexia, dyscalculia, dysgraphia, executive functioning disorder, auditory processing disorder, and ADHD
- Average to above-average cognitive ability
- Fallen behind or have academic weakness in the areas of reading, writing, mathematics, and/or attention.
- Expressive/receptive language deficits
Our program cannot effectively teach students with behavioral or emotional challenges that would negatively impact regular classroom activity.
Notice of Nondiscriminatory Policy as to Students
Eagle Hill School admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.