Applying to Private School After the Deadline
Whatever your reason for applying post-deadline, our FREE Ebook, "Applying to Private School After the Deadline" offers a guide to help you find the best school fit.
Many schools continue working to fill spaces throughout the late spring and all the way up to the opening of school.
This guide will help you chart a plan and understand the special considerations necessary for finding and successfully applying to a private school post-admission deadline.
Covered in Applying to Private School After the Deadline:
Where to find a list of boarding schools & private day schools with opennings
Discussing financial aid with the school
Questions to ask yourself as you begin the admission process
An outline covering how to work through a compressed application period
Issues and actions that can jeopardize your student's admission process
Best School fit: the ultimate goal
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Leo Marshall, Director of Admission & Financial Aid
The Webb Schools, Claremont, CA
"We've noticed a trend that more and more families are beginning the admission process after the deadline. Peter and Brian at AdmissionsQuest have created a straight-forward, common-sense guide for families who fall into that category. If you find yourself "Applying To Private School After The Deadline" you owe it to yourself to start by reading this eBook."
Brendan J. Schneider, Director of Admission & Financial Aid
Sewickley Academy, Sewickley, PA
"Great advice here. Very clear and succinct especially for families who are anxious that they have 'missed the deadline' or are new to the independent school admissions process."
Clayton Johnston, Director of Admissions
Brentwood College School, Mill Bay, BC
"This is great for prospective families applying over the summer. It's a quick and easy read, but it's an important introduction to the process; I found myself nodding along in agreement."
Benjamin Douglas, Director of Admissions
Blue Ridge School, St. George, VA