Thank you for your interest in Proof School.
The admissions process for the 2015-2016 school year is now underway.
First step? Submit an Admissions Inquiry.
Detailed instructions regarding the online application process will be sent by email after you submit an admissions inquiry. Applications can then be managed through Proof School’s Online Admissions Portal.
If you are unable to use the online admissions portal, feel free to contact us at email@example.com, and we will send you admissions forms by mail.
Who Should Apply
Proof School welcomes applications from students with a genuine love for math or computer science who want to learn in an inquiry-based and interactive environment alongside like-minded peers.
Is Proof School a good fit for your child? You know a math kid when you see one in action. Students who are internally driven to pursue mathematical sciences—not externally pushed—will thrive at Proof School. “Best-fit” students will be from families who can see beyond the limits of a conventional curriculum. Admitting best-fit students and families will help us fulfill our mission: to give kids who love math a school community all their own.
For the 2015-2016 school year, Proof School will open with grades 6–9.
Our classes will be as individualized as possible, and our students will not necessarily fit into conventional grade levels. We’ve received much interest in accommodating strong students who will be 5th or 10th graders in fall 2015. We encourage applications from all interested students and are available to discuss individual cases.
We’re equipped to embrace and work with a wide range of student backgrounds in the mathematical sciences. Our curriculum will range from courses accessible to any 6th grader sincerely enthusiastic about math to courses that will be challenging for students who have been taking math classes at the college level.
A passion for math or computer science, however, is not the only criteria we consider for admission to Proof School. We are a full-fledged secondary school, and our underlying mission goes well beyond mathematics: we aim to equip students with knowledge, skills, and character for success in life. Proof School is committed to developing thoughtful individuals within a school community, so applicants will also need to demonstrate academic readiness in areas besides mathematics and the potential to work well with—and give to—others.
The application for Proof School consists of six parts. Please follow the detailed instructions that are sent via email upon submitting an Admissions Inquiry.
The six parts of a completed application:
- Student questionnaire
- Parent information and questionnaire
- Standardized testing (ISEE or SSAT)
- Two letters of recommendation
- Proof School student/family interview for qualified students and Math Ollie
We are currently accepting applications; admission decisions will be made on an ongoing, rolling basis.
We strongly encourage early applications, which will allow us to respond with early decisions.
Tuition + Financial Aid
For the 2015-2016 school year, base tuition will be $34,300 across all grades. Tuition will be capped at this rate for four school years for Pioneer Families, those families who are helping to found Proof School by enrolling in 2015.
Admissions to Proof School is merit-based and largely need-blind. We strive to offer enough financial aid so that any qualifying student who is admitted can attend. Proof School is a member of the National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS), and Proof School uses data submitted by families to the NAIS School and Student Services (SSS) program as a baseline for determining aid awards.
Learn more about financial aid.
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Remember, if you’d like to make an admissions inquiry and get going with Proof School for your student now, please head directly here: Proof School’s Online Admissions Inquiry
Proof School is an equal opportunity educational institution and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for admission without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, national origin, age, mental or physical disability, military or veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.