March 10 is nearly here and that means boarding school admissions decisions will soon be released. This can be a stressful time for many students and families, and there is sure to be a mix of emotions as schools notify individuals of their decisions. In this blog, we take a look at the admissions decisions you may receive and what to do next.
Welcome to our Admissions Blog. It is here that we will share interesting articles, tips and stories that relate to secondary school admissions. Our goal is to demystify the admissions process and to provide advice and guidance. Please share these pages with others! The content does not apply solely to Salisbury School.
The decision to attend boarding school can be a difficult one. Every school is unique and every applicant's needs and goals are different. Finding the right "fit" is key. In this blog, we take a closer look at the academic, athletic, extracurricular and personal growth reasons for choosing Salisbury.
Students at the nation’s top independent schools live rich and full lives. During their daily routine, students cram in a challenging array of courses, athletic practices, extracurricular commitments, community service work, and a demanding homework load. Although there is an extraordinary sense of accomplishment that accompanies this packed schedule, the epidemic of overscheduling and high-anxiety environments affecting teenagers can stifle creativity.
You've clicked submit and now prepare to wait until March 10 for admissions decisions to be released. You may be one of the many students wondering, should I follow up on my application? In this article, we'll tackle some of the most commonly asked questions admissions offices get after applications are submitted.
One of the major questions for families considering boarding school is, "Can we afford it?" Our Admissions Office knows that the cost of a boarding school education is an incredible investment, and that the financial aid process can be daunting.
In this post, our Director of Financial Aid breaks down the financial aid application process and shares some of Salisbury's finanacial aid statistics.
Most every mainstream boarding school has a "learning center." This is different from a school specifically designed for students with learning differences. So, how does one differentiate between the offerings at mainstream schools? This is especially difficult when all schools use terms like "structure" and "support" and "tutoring." In this post, we'll offer some key points to considering when exploring boarding school learning centers.
Considering a boarding school option can be an emotionally difficult decision for both parents and students. Parting with family and friends and establishing new friendships doesn't come easily to everyone. So why even consider making such sacrifices? What is it about the boarding school experience that can complement your educational formation so well? Here we take a look at the value of the boarding environment using Salisbury as an example.
Topics: Boarding School
Our community knows the importance of empathy, compassion, respect and loyalty. These values are vital components of each person’s experience on the Hilltop. Our work with the One Love Foundation is just one way we work to instill these values within our community members and spread this message beyond the Hilltop.
Every student gets nervous when it comes time to sit for the SSAT. The tips below will help you prepare for test day and give you some helpful hints when sitting for the test.
Heading in for a school interview can be daunting and can make many students very nervous. Here are a few tips to help you to prepare for the big day.