Standardized testing requirement
Please note: In recognition of the disruption COVID-19 is posing to testing administration, we invite you to contact the admissions office to discuss alternatives if testing sites are closed in your area.
All students applying to middle and high school (Grades 5-12) must submit the results of a recent standardized test as part of their application. Listed are accepted tests along with registration information. Many of the tests are offered around the world at host school sites or Prometric (computer-based testing) centers. Some applicants may have already taken one of the exams as part of their current school's assessment program. New this year, applicants have the option of at-home testing for the ISEE and SSAT.
Please plan in advance for testing. Registration can fill up quickly and testing providers often have deadlines two to three weeks in advance of the testing date. Students requesting to test with accommodations should plan at least six weeks in advance to allow time for approval.
We know that this requirement generates the most questions and concerns from our prospects, so please take time to read through the information below and let our office know how we can assist you.