Learn more about the Middle School program
We encourage you to visit campus early in your exploration process. Students are welcome to attend. Tours are highly recommended but not required.
Tours are available September through early February; schedule a tour through your Ravenna admission account.
Students do not need to have a submitted application in order to visit.
Visits for all applicants include attending classes with your host and participating in group assessment activities.
Visits are available on select days October through February; schedule a visit through your Ravenna admission account.
This short form, available in Ravenna, will tell us a little bit about your child's interests and should be submitted at least seven days prior to the student visit so we can find a compatible host.
Students applying for grades 6–12 are required to take an admission test during the current school year. Please visit our Admission Testing page for the SSAT testing schedule, registration information, alternative tests, and more.
Character Skills Snapshot
Students applying to grades 6-12 have the option of including results from the Character Skills Snapshot in their application. It is a 20-30 minute online assessment that can be taken on a computer with internet access. The assessment is free for those registered to take the SSAT. If you are not registered to take the SSAT the cost is $35. Register online through your SSAT account. Learn more about the Snapshot in this FAQ.
The online application includes a series of questions for the student as well as the parents/guardians. This is your best opportunity to share information about your family. All applications will be read by the admission committee.
Send the online evaluation form to your child's current math and English teachers. Please do not send these requests until after November 1; this will allow the teachers time to get to know your child. You should have the teacher's full name and email available when you are ready to send each evaluation.
Print, sign, and submit a records request form to your child's current school.