- Do I need to call for my parent tour and child visit?
- Is standardized testing required for admission?
- Are letters of recommendation required?
- How will I know when my child's application is complete?
- When will decision notifications be sent?
- Are legacy and sibling applicants given special consideration?
- When can I reapply to Calhoun if I am denied admission to K through 5th grade?
- What kind of students do well at Calhoun?
- Is Calhoun accessible for individuals with physical challenges?
- How can I relay special circumstances or additional information to my financial aid application?
- How can I get additional TADS support?
- How can I reapply to Calhoun if I am denied admission?
- How can we see Calhoun before applying?
- Does Calhoun require standardized testing?
- When is my application complete?
- When and how will we be notified about the admissions decision?
- Are there additional costs besides tuition?
- At what grade levels can one apply for financial aid?
- When does one apply for financial aid?
- What factors are considered when considering if a family qualifies for aid?
- What percentage of student body receives financial aid?
- Are there any full grants?
- Are there any scholarships or merit awards?
- Does every student who demonstrates need receive financial aid?
- If a family is offered financial aid for the first year at Calhoun, can they count on it in future years?
Students denied admission must wait one year before re-applying to Calhoun. All application materials (application, application fee, transcripts and letters of recommendation) must be submitted by the published deadline as reapplications are treated as new applications and are considered without reference to the initial admissions decision.
Exceptions to the one-year wait may be made for current families and will be reviewed on a case-by-case basis by the Admissions Committee.
Books and required school trips are included in tuition, as are daily lunch and breakfast.
After school programs (ASP) and summer camp programs are not included in the tuition. For families receiving financial aid, the cost of in-house after school programs is reduced by the same percentage as the aid award. Annual Parent Association dues ($100 per family) are additional.
Financial aid is considered for students applying to kindergarten through 12th grade, but not to applicants to the 3’s or 4’s programs. Families who enroll in the 3's or 4's may apply for financial aid for kindergarten, though we cannot guarantee that financial aid will be awarded.
No financial aid will be offered to 10th grade students entering in 2020-21.