Follow these steps to complete an Early Childhood - Grade 12 candidate's application for admission.

List of 5 items.

  • Early Childhood Program (3s, Pre-K, Bridge)

    The Early Childhood application process consists of the following:
    • Campus visit(s)
    • Online application form
    Attend Campus Events and Schedule Personal Visit with Campus Tour
    We encourage you to schedule a personal tour with a member of the Admission team so we can get to know you and your family. We'd love for you to learn more about the program and its distinctive features and curriculum and tour the Dillard Center for Early Childhood Education. Additionally, we highly encourage you to attend our Early Childhood Coffees so you are able to get a broad perspective on all our school has to offer your child.

    Submit Online Application
    The application for admission must be submitted online by January 31, 2018. Notifications regarding admission will be communicated by February 23, 2018. 
  • Kindergarten

    The Kindergarten application process consists of the following:
    • Campus visit(s)
    • Online application
    • Preschool teacher recommendation
    • Individual readiness assessment
    • Group class visit
    Attend Campus Events and Schedule Personal Visit with Campus Tour
    We ask that you schedule a personal visit with a member of the Admission team so we can get to know you and your family. Additionally, we highly encourage you to attend our Kindergarten Admission Previews, Kindergarten Behind the Scenes and our Kindergarten Holiday Event so you are able to get a broad perspective on all our School has to offer your child.
     
    Submit Online Application and Teacher Recommendation
    Kindergarten applicants must be five years of age by September 1 to be considered for August enrollment. The application and nonrefundable application fee of $100 must be submitted with the application. Upon receipt, confidential recommendation forms for the child’s preschool will be mailed directly to the preschool and must be submitted to complete the child’s application file.
     
    Applying for Early Decision
    For Kindergarten admission, preference is given to currently enrolled families, parishioners of All Saints’ Episcopal Church and children of alumni and faculty/staff members. These applicants who wish to apply only to All Saints’ are eligible to apply for early decision to Kindergarten. The early decision application deadline is November 15, 2017, decision notifications are sent January 26, 2018, and enrollment contracts accompanied by tuition payments are due February 22, 2018.
     
    Apply for General Admission
    For families who would be new to the School or are applying to more than one school, the application deadline is January 31, 2018. Decision notifications will be sent February 23, 2018. According to the agreement between the four schools in our Consortium, no official or unofficial decision notification will be made through verbal or written means before this date.
     
    Kindergarten Readiness Assessment
    The Admission Assessment for Beginning Learners (AABL) is an engaging, interactive, tablet-based (iPad) evaluation that provides insight into a child’s abilities with regard to reasoning and achievement. Please take a moment to visit ERB online. This website provides a comprehensive overview of the assessment as well as a demonstration video.
     
    If you have indicated on your application that your child will be testing at All Saints’, we will contact you to schedule an appointment on our campus. Testing for Early Decision candidates is November-January; all other candidates will test in January and February. Students who are applying to more than one of the schools in the Fort Worth Consortium – comprised of All Saints’ Episcopal School, Fort Worth Academy, Fort Worth Country Day and Trinity Valley School – should schedule the testing at one school and request  the scores be sent to the other school(s). Except under special circumstances determined by the test administrators, results are not valid if a test is administered to the student more than once within a given year.
     
    Group Class Visit
    The class visit allows us to get to know your children in a group setting.  Kindergarten applicants and their parents join the Lower School Chapel service from 8:00-8:30 a.m.  Kindergarten teachers open their classrooms to small groups of children who are engaged in a series of fun, age appropriate activities immediately following Chapel. Parents participate in an informational forum during the visit.
     
    Early Decision Class Visits: January 11 and 12, from 8:00-10:00 a.m.
    New Family Class Visit:  Thursday, February 1, from 8:00-10:00 a.m.
  • Grades 1-6

    The application process for Grades 1-6 consists of the following:
    • Campus visit(s)
    • Online Parent Application with Application Fee
    • Two Teacher Recommendations (online submission)
    • Principal or Counselor Recommendation (online submission)
    • Current School Records
    • Admission Testing
    • Classroom visit
    In order to be considered in the first round of admission decisions, students should apply by February 23, 2018.

    Attend Campus Events and Schedule Personal Visit with Campus Tour 
    We ask that you schedule a personal visit with someone on the Admission team so we can get to know you and your family. Additionally, we highly encourage you to attend one of our Admission events so you are able to get a broad perspective on all our School has to offer your child.
     
    Submit Online Parent Application
    The application and non-refundable application fee of $100 must be submitted online. 
     
    Request Recommendations 
    Confidential recommendation forms for TWO of the child’s current teachers and the principal/counselor are to be submitted online.  To request these recommendations, log in to The Wire and click on your child’s name in the upper left corner.  The Admission Checklist will then be visible.  Click the pencil box (“Start”) next to each Recommendation Form and enter the recommender’s name and email address.  The person receiving the request will get an automatic message from the Admission Team explaining the process, and you may include additional comments to that person as well.  You will be able to see the progress of all submissions on the Checklist.
     
    Request School Records
    It is the responsibility of the parents to submit records from their child’s current school.  These records must include the previous year’s grade report, if applicable, a mid-year report card and any reports of standardized testing.  Parents may upload this information through the checklist, or the current school may send the records directly to us.  
     
    Classroom Visit
    Parents may call to arrange this visit day for children at any point in the application process on any day during the year after October 1. Class visits are scheduled for Mondays, Tuesdays and Fridays, and we require one week’s notice in order to plan appropriately with each Division. There may be certain days when we are unable to host prospective students for class visits, such as when class trips or standardized tests have been scheduled.
  • Grades 7-8

    The application process for Grades 7-8 consists of the following:
    • Campus visit(s)
    • Online Parent Application with Application Fee
    • Two Teacher Recommendations (online submission)
    • Principal or Counselor Recommendation (online submission)
    • Letter of Character Reference
    • Current School Records
    • Admission Testing
    • Classroom visit and faculty interview
    In order to be considered in the first round of admission decisions, students should apply by February 23, 2018.

    Attend Campus Events and Schedule Personal Visit with Campus Tour
    We ask that you schedule a personal visit with someone on the Admission team so we can get to know you and your family. Additionally, we highly encourage you to attend one of our Admission events so you are able to get a broad perspective on all our School has to offer your child.
     
    Submit Online Parent Application
    The application and non-refundable application fee of $100 must be submitted online. 
     
    Request Recommendations
    Confidential recommendation forms for TWO of the child’s current teachers (one History or English and one Science or Math) and the principal/counselor are to be submitted online.  To request these recommendations, log in to The Wire and click on your child’s name in the upper left corner.  The Admission Checklist will then be visible.  Click the pencil box (“Start”) next to each Recommendation Form and enter the recommender’s name and email address.  The person receiving the request will get an automatic message from the Admission Team explaining the process, and you may include additional comments to that person as well.  You will be able to see the progress of all submissions on the Checklist.
     
    Request School Records 
    It is the responsibility of the parents to submit records from their child’s current school.  These records must include the previous year’s grade report, if applicable, a mid-year report card and any reports of standardized testing.  Parents may upload this information through the checklist, or the current school may send the records directly to us.  

    Register for Admission Testing
    Applicants to 5th Grade and above are required to submit testing results from the Independent School Entrance Exam (ISEE), a paper/pencil or online assessment measuring verbal reasoning, quantitative reasoning, reading comprehension and mathematics achievement. When registering for the test online at www.iseetest.org, please enter All Saints’ Episcopal School’s Code 442498 for results to be sent to us. All Saints’ will administer the paper/pencil ISEE for 5th-12th grade applicants on the dates listed below. The $105 ISEE testing fee is payable to Educational Records Bureau.
     
    Testing Dates for the ISEE at All Saints’ Episcopal School
    November 4, 2017 (Registration deadline October 14) – grades 5-12 only
    February 3, 2018 (Registration deadline January 13) – grades 5-12 only
    March 3, 2018 (Registration deadline February 3)
     
    Schedule a Class Day Visit
    Parents may call to arrange this student visit day at any point in the application process after October 1. Class visits for Middle and Upper School are scheduled on Mondays, Tuesday and Fridays. Please note we require one week’s notice in arranging a visit; we limit the number of daily visitors to each Division. There may be certain days when we are unable to host prospective students for class visits, such as when class trips or standardized tests have been scheduled. In most cases, applicants will interview with members of the Middle School Admission Committee on the visit day. 
  • Grades 9-12

    The application process for Grades 9-12 consists of the following:
    • Campus visit(s)
    • Online Parent Application with Application Fee
    • Two Teacher Recommendations (online submission)
    • Principal or Counselor Recommendation (online submission)
    • Letter of Character Reference
    • Current School Records
    • Admission Testing
    • Graded writing sample
    • Classroom visit
    • Faculty interview
    In order to be considered in the first round of admission decisions, students should apply by February 23, 2018.

    Attend Campus Events and Schedule Personal Visit with Campus Tour
    We ask that you schedule a personal visit with someone on the Admission team so we can get to know you and your family. Additionally, we highly encourage you to attend one of our Admission events so you are able to get a broad perspective on all our School has to offer your child.
     
    Submit Online Application
    The application and non-refundable application fee of $100 must be submitted online. Students may submit their part of the application online anytime; however, we recommend they complete this after the class day visit.
     
    Request Recommendations
    Confidential recommendation forms for TWO of the student’s current teachers (one History or English, one Science or Math and one of student’s/parent’s choice) and the Principal/Counselor are to be submitted online. To request these recommendations, log in to The Wire and click on your child’s name in the upper left corner.  The Admission Checklist will be visible.  Click the pencil box (“Start”) next to each Recommendation form and enter the recommender’s name and email address.  You may type a personal message of request in the space for “Additional Comments.” In addition, a letter of character reference from a non-relative who has worked with your child outside of a school setting is required. You will request this letter in the same manner as the Recommendation Forms.  You will be able to see the progress of all submissions on the checklist.
     
    Request School Records
    It is the responsibility of the parents to submit records from their child’s current school. These records must include the previous year’s grade report, if applicable, a mid-year report card and any reports of standardized testing. Parents may upload this information through the checklist, or the current school may send the records directly to us.  
     
    Schedule a Class Day Visit
    Parents may call to arrange this student visit day at any point in the application process after October 1. Class visits are scheduled for Mondays, Tuesdays and Fridays, and we require one week’s notice in order to plan appropriately with each Division. There may be certain days when we are unable to schedule class visits, such as when class trips or standardized tests have been scheduled. Applicants to 9th Grade will spend time in both Middle and Upper Schools. In most cases, applicants will interview with members of the Upper School Admission Committee on the visit day.

    Register for Admission Testing
    Applicants to 5th Grade and above are required to submit testing results from the Independent School Entrance Exam (ISEE), a paper/pencil or online assessment measuring verbal reasoning, quantitative reasoning, reading comprehension and mathematics achievement. When registering for the test online at www.iseetest.org, please enter All Saints’ Episcopal School’s Code 442498 for results to be sent to us. All Saints’ will administer the paper/pencil ISEE for 5th-12th grade applicants on the dates listed below. The $105 ISEE testing fee is payable to Educational Records Bureau.
     
    Testing Dates for the ISEE at All Saints’ Episcopal School
    November 4, 2017 (Registration deadline October 14) – grades 5-12 only
    February 3, 2018 (Registration deadline January 13) – grades 5-12 only
    March 3, 2018 (Registration deadline February 3)
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