Dear Prospective Students and Families,
Thank you for your interest in becoming part of the Tremont School Community. We are pleased that you are considering applying to our school! There are many ways to find out more about us: email, phone or zoom call, and Open Houses.
The priority application deadline for the 23-24 school year is February 1, 2023. All applications completed by this date will be notified of a decision on March 10, 2023. After this date, applications will be considered on a rolling basis as space is available.
When you are ready to apply, the application process is entirely online.
Tremont School uses the Standard Application Online (SAO). To learn more about using the SAO and begin your application, click here.
A completed application includes:
- Application for admission
- Report Card and or Transcripts for the last 3 years
- Math Teacher Evaluation
- English Teacher Evaluation
Optional submissions: Additional Letters of Recommendation and Relevant Tests, Evaluations, or documents (Writing sample, IEP, Neuropsychological report, etc)
Please note – Requests for teachers to complete the online Teacher Evaluation Form are not sent until the application is submitted. Please allow time for teachers to complete the evaluation forms prior to the deadline.
Once we have received the application, Teacher Evaluation Forms, and all supporting documents, a student interview will be scheduled and/or a student visit day. After these steps are complete, the Admissions Committee will convene to reach a decision on the application. This decision will be communicated to families on March 10 (for priority applicants) or as soon as the decision is reached, for rolling admissions.
If assistance is needed please contact the Admissions Office by calling (781) 235-4805.
Director of Admissions
A small, private Middle and High School located in Concord, MA, Tremont School’s focused and innovative approach to learning offers big advantages in the classroom. Tremont School offers educational advantages like an extremely low 5:1 student to teacher ratio with teachers who truly appreciate students as both learners and individuals, a flexible curriculum driven by students’ interests to inspire deep dives into passion-driven learning, a commitment to developing core learning skills or “competencies” to encourage students to take ownership of the learning process, and a smart use of technology to engage students in hands-on 21st-century learning.