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How do I begin the application process?

Start by filling out the online inquiry form which will add you to our mailing list. Or you may phone us at 802-362-7137.

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How can I schedule a tour?

Please call 802-362-7137 and ask to speak with [or click to email] Julie Mackey, our Admissions Director.

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When is the application deadline?
  • Financial Aid applications are due by February 4, 2020 for all students.
  • Admissions applications for kindergarten should be completed by Feb. 1st in order for prospective students to be eligible for our kindergarten screening in early March.
  • Admissions application for all other grades should be completed by Feb. 1st in order to be considered for mid-March invitations for the following year.  If there is space available in a particular class, admissions and potential enrollment is on a rolling basis, with applications being accepted throughout the summer.
  • Acceptance letters for new students are mailed on or around March 15 (Rolling admissions after March 15).
  • Enrollment deposit is due by March 1 for current students; for new students, deposit is due within two-weeks following receipt of acceptance letter.
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Is standardized testing required?

Students will be evaluated by the teachers they visit at Maple Street School. In addition, copies of their most recent standardized test scores and report cards are a component of the admissions process, along with teacher and personal recommendations.

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How many places are available each year?

Kindergarten is an "entry year", enrolling 10-15 students. All other grades add new students as space is available.

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What kind of student is Maple Street seeking?

All kinds! We seek students who have demonstrated academic potential and intellectual curiosity, along with interests and talents in athletics and the arts. We are looking for strongly motivated and creative students; students who are willing to try new activities and who enjoy collaborating with others; students who come from diverse family backgrounds and cultures, and students who will become good friends and leaders in our community. There is no one typical Maple Street student; rather we seek to build a close community of strong individuals.

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How is Financial Aid awarded?

Aid is based on need as established by TADS. TADS provides a framework through which household need can be measured fairly and equitably. A committee determines how to apportion the available financial aid funds among eligible families. We support 40% of our students with financial aid. To learn more go to the Financial Aid section.