Step 1: Inquire
Complete the online inquiry form on the admissions page of the Masters website. Once you submit an inquiry, we will send you a viewbook and invite you to on campus events.
Step 2: Learn More About Masters
Register for an Open House or optional weekday group tour. Reservations for these events can be made on the Admission Event Page.
Step 3: Apply
Applications are due prior to scheduling an interview.
Applicants for whom English is not their first language are required to submit an official TOEFL report with the application. An applicant’s TOEFL score must meet the minimum requirement for the indicated grade of entry to be eligible for an interview. The TOEFL exam should be taken no sooner that August 1 for the following year’s entry. Age verification is also required prior to scheduling an interview.
Minimum TOEFL Scores by grade of entry:
9th Grade:68 (Average score of accepted student is 85)
10th Grade:78 (Average score of accepted student is 95)
11th Grade:95 (Average score of accepted student is 105)
Step 4: Parent/Guardian and Student Interview & Optional Tour
Schedule a parent/guardian and student interview. After an application has been received, we will contact your family to set up an interview and optional private tour with one of our Gold Key Student Ambassadors. Interviews are scheduled when classes are in session, Monday through Friday.
Step 5: Testing and Supporting Materials
Submit either ISEE (School Code: 331635) or SSAT (School Code: 4948) scores to Masters. The Masters School is a registered test site with several test dates throughout the year.
Submit recommendations from current school administrator, Math and English teachers as well as official transcript from the last two years.
Important Dates and Deadlines
October 20: Middle School Open House 9:00 AM - RSVP here | Upper School Open House 1:30 PM - RSVP here
November 15: Priority application due for Middle and Upper School Day applicants. The priority deadline allows for greater flexibility with interview scheduling. It does not affect admission decisions.
December 15: Middle and Upper School Day applications due
December 15: Priority application due for Boarding applicants. The priority deadline allows for greater flexibility with interview scheduling. It does not affect admission decisions.
January 15: Supporting materials due for Middle and Upper School Day applicants--teacher recommendations, transcripts and testing.
January 15: Boarding applications due
January 15: Financial Aid applications due for all applicants
February 1: Supporting materials due for Boarding applicants--teacher recommendations, transcripts and testing.
February 5: Middle School admission decisions are released via email after 3:00 PM.
February 14: Upper School Day admission decisions are released via email after 3:00 PM.
March 10: Boarding admission decisions are released via email after 9:00 AM.
Please Note: The Masters School does not employ any organization to represent its interests inside or outside the United States. While Masters has a strong working relationship with a number of reputable consulting agencies who will refer applicants to the School, no agency can guarantee that its applicant will be admitted. No agency has permission to use Masters' images or information for marketing purposes without Masters’ permission.