Become Part of Something Bigger

We are thrilled that your family is interested in pursuing a Masters education and we look forward to working with you throughout the admission process. To apply, please follow the procedures outlined below. If you have any questions, please contact us.

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  • Middle School and Upper School Day Applicants

    Step 1: Inquire
     
    Complete the online inquiry form on the admission page of the Masters website. Once you submit an inquiry, we will send you more information about our school and invite you to upcoming admission events.
     
    Step 2: Learn More About Masters
     
    The Admission Office is pleased to offer virtual events to help you get to know our School from a distance. Please note that all events listed are an optional part of the application process. Reservations for these events can be made on the Virtual Admission Events page. 
     
    Step 3: Apply
     
    Applications are due prior to scheduling an interview.
     
    Once we have received your inquiry form, we will send you the link to our application and recommendation forms.  However, for your convenience, we offer three ways to apply:  

    1) The Masters application
    2) Gateway 

    We cannot consider applications from students who will be older than 19 upon graduation.

    Step 4: Interview 
     
    After an application has been received, we will contact you to setup a Zoom interview. Interviews are scheduled Monday through Friday.
     
    Step 5: Testing 
     
    In light of the complexities created by the COVID-19 pandemic, The Masters School is waiving standardized testing (ISEE and SSAT) for students applying to the 2021-2022 school year. This decision is driven by our School’s belief in equity, access, health and safety. Students who may not have the ability to access online testing should not be at a disadvantage nor should students who do not feel comfortable sitting for the test in person. We will revisit this policy for the 2022-2023 school year. Please note that we will still require English proficiency tests (TOEFL, Duolingo or IELTS). 
     
    Step 6: Supporting Materials
     
    For the current admission cycle, Masters is accepting recommendation forms from teachers (math and English) and administrators from last school year (2019-20). Please note this is entirely optional and these forms will not replace the required teacher and administrator recommendation forms from the current school year (2020-21). Recommendation and transcript release forms for the 2020-21 school year can be found on your checklist when logged into your family portal. Optional recommendation forms for teachers who taught your child in 2019-20 can be found here.

    We also require a graded essay from the current school year. This piece of writing should have been produced for an English class and should include teacher comments and the final grade (if applicable).

    Important Dates and Deadlines
    • December 15: Middle and Upper School Day applications due
    • January 5: Financial aid applications due for all applicants
    • January 8: Last day for Middle School interviews
    • January 15: Last day for Upper School Day interviews
    • January 15: Supporting materials due for Middle and Upper School Day applicants: teacher recommendations, transcripts and graded essay.
    • February 9: Middle School admission decisions are released via email
    • February 26: Upper School Day admission decisions are released via email
    If our admission deadlines have passed and you are still interested in applying to or inquiring about Masters, please contact the Admission Office at:
    914-479-6420 or admission@mastersny.org.
     
  • Upper School Boarding Applicants

    Step 1: Inquire
     
    Complete the online inquiry form on the admission page of the Masters website. Once you submit an inquiry, we will send you more information about our school and invite you to upcoming admission events on-campus and in your area.
     
    Step 2: Learn More About Masters and Schedule an Interview
     
    The Admission Office is pleased to offer virtual events to help you get to know our School from a distance. Please note that all events listed are an optional part of the application process. Reservations for these events can be made on the Virtual Admission Events page. After an application has been received, we will contact you to setup a Zoom interview. Interviews are scheduled Monday through Friday
     
    Step 3: Apply
     
    Once we have received your inquiry form, we will send you the link to our application and recommendation forms.  However, for your convenience, we offer three ways to apply:  
    1) The Masters application
    2) Gateway 
    3) Standard Application Online

    We cannot consider applications from students who will be older than 19 upon graduation.
     
    Step 4: Testing and Supporting Materials
     
    In light of the complexities created by the COVID-19 pandemic, The Masters School is waiving standardized testing (ISEE and SSAT) for students applying to the 2021-2022 school year. This decision is driven by our School’s belief in equity, access, health and safety. Students who may not have the ability to access online testing should not be at a disadvantage nor should students who do not feel comfortable sitting for the test in person. We will revisit this policy for the 2022-2023 school year. Please note that we will still require English proficiency tests (TOEFL, Duolingo or IELTS). Age verification is also required prior to scheduling an interview.
     
    For the current admission cycle, Masters is accepting recommendation forms from teachers (math and English) and administrators from last school year (2019-20). Please note this is entirely optional and these forms will not replace the required teacher and administrator recommendation forms from the current school year (2020-21). Recommendation and transcript release forms for the 2020-21 school year can be found on your checklist when logged into your family portal. Optional recommendation forms for teachers who taught your child in 2019-20 can be found here.

    We also require a graded essay from the current school year. This piece of writing should have been produced for an English class and should include teacher comments and the final grade (if applicable).
     
    Important Dates and Deadlines
    • January 5: Financial aid applications due for all applicants
    • January 15: Boarding applications due
    • January 29: Last day for Boarding interviews
    • February 1: Supporting materials due for Boarding applicants: teacher recommendations, transcripts, graded essay and English proficiency tests
    • March 10: Boarding decisions are released via email after 9:00 a.m. EST.
    If our admission deadlines have passed and you are still interested in applying to or inquiring about Masters, please contact the Admission Office at:
    914-479-6420 or admission@mastersny.org.

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