Thank you for your interest in Ascension Episcopal School. Below, you will find a variety of ways to explore our school. We are excited to speak with you and get to know your family through our admissions process!*
While our website provides a glimpse of what life is like at Ascension, the only way to truly experience our school is to see us in action! For this reason, we offer campus tours throughout the year and invite you to tour all three campuses to learn how each contributes to Ascension’s mission.
The Ascension application process is entirely online. Once you have applied, a team member will email a checklist with instructions on documents to upload.
Applying does not guarantee a spot at Ascension. All application process steps must be completed. Availability does not guarantee acceptance. If your child is the right fit, a contract will be issued in Step 5.
Note: Admissions testing will be scheduled after your application is submitted.
After submitting your application, our team member will contact you to schedule a date for your child to experience Ascension by shadowing one of our students. Students typically visit with their current grade level.
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Open Admissions Philosophy
Ascension Episcopal School accepts applications based on an open admission policy, which means that while any family is allowed to apply, Ascension will only enroll those students who will benefit from and support the educational programs offered. More specifically, Ascension enrolls students who will flourish in and benefit from the experience of a program based on educational excellence in a Christian environment. Ascension Episcopal accepts applications for admission all year-round. New admission into the junior and senior year at Ascension occurs only under unique circumstances.
The Episcopal Church of the Ascension School (Ascension Episcopal School) admits qualified students without regard to race, religion, sexual orientation, or national origin. We are an inclusive community.
When it comes to our children, one of the most important gifts we can provide for them is opportunity. It not only prepares them for their future but also gives them the independence to discover and define who they are: who they want to be. Our faculty and staff focus on developing the whole child, with a curriculum designed to teach lifelong learning skills.