1. Tour the School
This is an opportunity to learn more about the school, its curriculum, and discuss the application process.
To schedule an appointment:
Infant – Jr. Kindergarten: Contact Mrs. Kathy Ames at 239-593-7686 x270 or click the buttons on the right
Grades K-10: Contact Mrs. Susan Beckner at 239-593-7686 x254 or click the buttons on the right. Click here for the Admissions Calendar
For Preschool, download and complete the Application by clicking on the buttons above.
For Grades K-10, download and complete the Application by clicking on the buttons above.
Applications must be accompanied by a $100 non-refundable application/testing fee.
3. Records Request
For Grades K-10, download, sign, and return the Request for Release of Records by clicking here. The Village School will request that all records, including report cards and standardized test scores, be submitted directly to The Village School.
4. Teacher Recommendation
Teacher recommendation forms from your child’s current school will be provided at the time of testing. These forms are to be completed by the appropriate teacher and mailed directly back to The Village School.
For students entering Kindergarten, an on-site observation may be conducted at the student’s current school.
Students entering grades 1-10 will complete admissions testing at The Village School.
Once parts 1-6 have been completed, the admissions committee reviews the student’s records, recommendation, and evaluations.
Letters are sent to prospective families advising them of the admissions decision. If the student is accepted, the curriculum fee will be required within a specified time to secure enrollment.
(Note: Circumstances may occur in which some of the above steps may be waived by The Village School.)
The Village 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 education policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school administered programs.