Students are invited to embark on a full-time or part-time academic journey with Laurel Springs School from as young as age 5! As they flourish, they're encouraged to re-enroll with us up until their 21st birthday. By that milestone, they'll be poised to either complete active courses or proudly graduate that semester and step into the world with a Laurel Springs diploma.
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    Laurel Springs accepts students from all backgrounds

    Beginning at age 5, students are welcome to apply for full-time or part-time enrollment with Laurel Springs School. At the completion of each enrollment, students may be considered for re-enrollment. Students may remain enrolled with Laurel Springs School until their 21st birthday at which time they must either complete active courses or graduate within the semester in which they turn 21.
    Quick Facts
    • Rolling Enrollment

      We offer the flexibility of rolling enrollment, which allows students to enroll and begin coursework throughout the year.
    • Part-time and Full-time Enrollments

      Rolling enrollment applies to both part-time and full-time enrollments, and courses are scheduled based on selected start dates.
    • Speedy Enrollment

      Students may start courses ten business days after all admissions requirements have been satisfied.
    • Cohort Enrollment

      Cohort enrollment dates feature early opportunities for students to engage with grade-level peers and a personalized onboarding experience. Learn More

    How to enroll in Laurel Spring School

    With rolling admissions options, you can enroll in our Lower, Middle, Upper, and Academy programs nearly any time.

    Learn the steps to enroll in Laurel Springs
    • 1

      Fill out our online application

      Complete our easy, online application. Once submitted, we'll get in touch.
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    • 2

      Let's get to know each other

      You'll be assigned an admissions coordinator who will speak with you to understand your children's needs and review information about our programs and courses.
    • 3

      We'll look at your transcripts and records

      We will review any official and unofficial records from your children's previous school. Students entering grades 9 through 11 will need to send official transcripts to confirm course schedules. Students entering grade 12 are required to provide official transcripts prior to enrollment. Report cards from the prior academic year are required for students enrolling in kindergarten through grade 8.

      Complete the Request for Student Records form and send it to your children's previous schools.
    • 4

      Receive your personalized course schedule

      Our placement counselors will create a course schedule just for your children.
    • 5

      Pay tuition

      When your registration fee, tuition payment, and signed Enrollment Agreement have been received, we'll send you a welcome letter and assign your child's teachers.
    • 6

      Start learning—when you're ready

      You and your student will receive access to our learning management system (LMS). Students may begin the coursework as soon as they are logged in to the LMS.
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    Make Your Student’s Start at Laurel Springs Extra Special

    Are you considering enrolling your child at Laurel Springs School? Something to keep in mind is our upcoming Cohort Enrollment Dates – strategic start dates for students that feature unique opportunities for student engagement, student-teacher relationship building, and personalized introductions to Laurel Springs’ departments and programming. These cohort dates are not randomly chosen; instead, they are intentional enrollment invitations for Mondays and Tuesdays throughout the year that provide students access to a streamlined onboarding process.

    Laurel Springs partners with Princeton Review to provide academic support

    How do I enroll in a cohort date?

    If you are interested in learning more about Cohort Dates and their offerings, please schedule time with an admissions coordinator.

    If you are ready to enroll in a Cohort Date and one of the following dates works best for your student, you can apply to Laurel Springs today

     

    Upcoming Cohort Dates:

    March 4 and 18
    April 8 and 22
    May 6 and 20

    Homeschool Evaluation

    To begin the enrollment process, families with students who homeschooled prior to transferring to Laurel Springs School must submit a Homeschool Evaluation Form and students will need, at an additional cost, to complete Laurel Springs’ pre-assessments focused on reading, writing, and mathematical skills. Please note that our curriculum is offered in American English.

    Families with students who homeschooled prior to transferring to Laurel Springs School must submit a Homeschool Evaluation Form

    International Students

    Students who attended international schools prior to enrolling with Laurel Springs may need to have their academic records translated and evaluated at the family’s expense. We reserve the right to accept or deny a translation/evaluation based on the entity providing it. To help confirm academic placement, students may also be asked, at an additional cost, to complete Laurel Springs’ pre-assessments, focused on reading, writing, and mathematical skills.

    Students who attended international schools prior to enrolling with Laurel Springs may need to have their academic records translated and evaluated at the family’s expense

    Virtual Open House

    Learn more about our approach to flexible, top-tier education, how online learning works, student life at Laurel Springs, and so much more.
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    Admissions Process FAQs

    • What makes a Cohort Enrollment Date different from one-off enrollment dates?

      We limit the number of enrollments on each cohort date – ensuring that every student receives an ample amount of support and resources. Students also have an immediate sense of belonging. The Laurel Springs Community Engagement Team organizes grade-level meet-and-greet sessions around each cohort date. So, if your child is starting 5th grade, they’ll get to meet other 5th graders at Laurel Springs right from the start. Furthermore, students and families meet their “support team” – teachers, counselors, administrators and other faculty members – that play an important role in the student’s academic journey at Laurel Springs. Families will also learn who to contact for guidance as their student begins their coursework. These early opportunities for families and students to engage with the Laurel Springs community are incredibly impactful and always spark excitement!
    • What are rolling admissions?

      Rolling admission means, with few exceptions, there is no hard deadline for full-time student applications. We evaluate applications as they are sent to us. This means new students can apply to Laurel Springs at any time.
    • What programs can I apply for at Laurel Springs?

    • Are there registration deadlines for the summer program?

      Yes. Our four-week and eight-week summer courses have specific registration dates to accommodate summer course start and end dates.

      Learn More About Summer Program

    • Do I need to send official transcripts to Laurel Springs?

      Students in grades 9-12 will need to send official transcripts from their previous school(s) for course placement. Students applying to enter grade 12 will need to send transcripts prior to enrollment.

      Complete the Request for Student Records form and send it to your children's previous schools.

    • Does Laurel Springs accept international students?

      Yes. International students can apply to Laurel Springs. Our flexible approach to learning allows us to easily adapt to world-wide time zones so students anywhere can receive a premier education.

    • Do you offer single courses?

      Yes. Part-time students may enroll in a wide variety of single courses to supplement their current schooling.

    • What is the Laurel Springs Enrollment Agreement?

      The Laurel Springs Enrollment Agreement is intended to make our partnership with our families clear and to set forth the policies governing this partnership.

    • How can I connect with the Laurel Springs admissions team?

      We'd love to chat with you. Fill out our Contact Us form and one of our Admissions Coordinators will be in touch. Or, give us a call at 866-890-6429.