Completed applications are due January 15 and we will notify you of your acceptance on March 10th. Applications are reviewed after this date on a rolling basis. Please let us know if you are having trouble getting all the materials to us by the deadline. If you have any questions, please call the Admission Office at (802) 387-6219.
The financial aid application must be submitted by January 1st.
If space permits, we will consider applications for mid-year openings, which commences when students return from winter break early in January. Financial aid is not available for mid-year applicants. We rarely enroll international students mid year.
You may arrange for a video or a phone interview appointment with one of our Admission counselors. The admission counselor conducting your interview will be in touch to arrange a time and share contact information with you. Your application should be complete before scheduling a video or phone interview.
Yes. The Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) provides academic support in the form of organizational help, study skills, and math workshops. The Director of the Center for Teaching and Learning is available to provide advice to students having specific challenges meeting the demands of their academic work. The CTL serves as a resource for all students, not just those with particular learning differences. Students who require additional tutoring on a regular basis may arrange this through the Director of the CTL.
The Putney School welcomes applications from home schooled students. We ask all homeschooled applicants lacking a complete transcript from an umbrella organization to complete a portfolio worksheet so that we might accurately assess academic achievement and potential. Please contact us if you need more information about applying as a homeschooled student.
Throughout the entire admission process, we want to open up our school to you. The Putney School is unique: in its curriculum, community, and approach. We hope you will ask many questions of current students, visit classes, and spend time sitting in assembly or at lunch just soaking up the energy of the school.”