Admissions Application Process

Applications are being accepted for the second semester of the 2018-19 school year, and for the 2019-2020 school year at all grade levels, from Preschool through 8th Grade.  For more information, contact Admissions (Erica Harrison / 317.202.2544).

Online Application

 A complete application will include:
  • Application and Parent Questionaire
  • Electronic copy of your child’s birth certificate
  • Current teacher contact information for teacher recommendation, when applicable
  • Electronic copies of recent school records for grades 1 – 8, including report cards, and achievement test results
  • Applicant assessments – Click here for more information on testing requirements for each grade level
    • Preschool screening (schedule through the Admissions Office)
    • Pre-Kindergarten through Eighth Grade Intelligence testing (schedule with Dr. James Gange, Consulting Psychologist for Sycamore School)

Manual Application

To complete the application process manually please follow the below Application Checklist:

We recommend that all applicants schedule a campus visit at Sycamore School. Please contact Admissions to schedule a tour or for more information.

Fees Due With Application

Grades Application Fee Intelligence/Achievement Testing Fees
Preschool $100 Included in the application fee
Pre-Kindergarten through Eighth Grade $100 Fees are paid directly to the school’s consulting psychologist administering the test(s).

Enrollment Announcements & Applicant Pool Placement

The first enrollment announcements and enrollment agreements for 2019-2020 will be mailed by mid-March, 2019. All applicants with completed applications will receive a letter about their applicant status at this time. Parents of students offered enrollment will have ten business days to sign and return the enrollment agreement with the tuition deposit. If an agreement is not returned by the deadline indicated on the contract, the classroom space may be offered to another qualified applicant from the applicant pool. If classroom space does not exist for all appropriate candidates, some may be placed in the applicant pool to be considered when an opening occurs. Enrollment may be offered to an applicant over the summer or during the school year if classroom space is available.