The Application Process
The application process generally begins the fall prior to the year a student desires to enter the Williston Northampton School.
By articulating your interests and requesting information, you will receive detailed information about our program and printed materials that answer many of your questions.
By carefully completing the application form, you will help the Admission Office assess your candidacy. Once we have received all your application forms, you will officially become an applicant for admission to Williston.
Important Dates and Reminders
We will begin receiving applications in September and continue through the month of January. All applications are due in the Admission Office by January 15. Financial aid applications are due on February 1. Supporting documents for financial aid applications should be sent as soon as they are available. Each application is then reviewed by an admission committee, which makes the final decisions on completed files.
International student applicants who will not be able to visit us on campus should contact the Admission Office about the possibility of scheduling a Skype interview or telephone interview. We ask that international students submit an application and an official school transcript before contacting the Admission Office about scheduling a Skype or telephone interview. All interviews must be completed by February 15 to ensure a March 10 decision.
Decision letters are mailed from the Admission Office on March 10 and accepted applicants have until April 10 to respond. Decisions are made on a rolling admission basis for any student who applies to Williston after March 10. We encourage late applicants to call us directly regarding the availability of spaces for the coming academic year.
General Application Instructions
All applicants to Williston are required to provide the following:
- Application fee of $50 for domestic and $100 for international applicants
- Recommendation forms:
-School report form completed by counselor
-Current English teacher recommendation
-Current math teacher recommendation
- Student essays
- Parental statement
- An official school transcript (with a minimum of two years of credits)
- Grades from at least the first two quarters or first trimester for the current school year
- Testing information: students applying for 7th, 8th, 9th, or 10th grade are required to take the SSAT. Students applying for 11th, 12th or the PG year are required to take the SSAT, PSAT, or SAT. International students for whom English is a second language are required to take the TOEFL.
If you would like to request admission information, please submit a request. If you have any other questions, please feel free to contact us at (413) 529-3241.