We are currently accepting Fall 2023 and Spring 2024 applications on a rolling basis.
Fill out the Student Application
Are you ready to engage in meaningful, hands-on academics? Read our Essential Eligibility Criteria before you get started.
Pay the $25 Application Fee
This is a one-time, non-refundable charge. We are committed to making this process accessible to all families; contact us if you would like to apply for a fee waiver.
- Complete and submit the Academic Credit Transfer Form: This is intended to start the credit transfer conversation with your sending school. Share this document – it includes a link to full course descriptions in our Curriculum Guide – with your school counselor. Contact us if you or your school needs more information or support with this step!
- Provide 2 recommendations: At least one recommendation must come from a recent academic teacher, but the second can come from a second teacher, coach, employer, mentor or close family friend (not a member of your family). Please ask your recommenders to complete the Applicant Recommendation Form linked here.
- If applying for a need-based scholarship, submit a FACTS application & Personal Savings Plan: Parent(s)/guardian(s) complete forms and submit paperwork to FACTS, while students explore the Investing in Your Future Toolkit to begin putting together their personal savings plan. Visit our Affording a Semester page to learn more about these steps.
The student application and supporting materials, including need-based scholarship forms, are due February 15, 2023.
Any questions? Contact our admissions coordinator Mary Reid Munford at firstname.lastname@example.org or call or text at (406) 209-8260.
Want to learn more?
Join us for an Online Information Session
These information sessions are designed to help prospective students and their parents learn more about the various components of our semester programs. There is always a Q&A with the hosts at the end. Register on our Admissions Events page!
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