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Ready, Set, Apply! 

You're in the right place, at the right time. Here's your step-by-step guide to applying for admission to Foxcroft Academy.  We offer Rolling Admissions, meaning that if we have space, we are happy to consider your application now or as soon as you are ready. Apply early to get a priority answer about next year.  With an early decision commitment, you will know your spot is reserved, and you can relax and begin to plan! You will also receive Foxcroft communications and can be first in line to sign up for the many classes and activities that await you here.



Step 1:

Once you've submitted your Inquiry form, you can continue to apply via our SchoolAdmin application.  You will be required to provide your current grades and a transcript of your academic record from the last 2 years, plus recommendations from your current math teacher and current English teacher. We offer test optional admissions, but if there are any test results (TOEFL, PSAT, SSAT, ACT) that will help us to understand you better, please feel free to share them with us via the online application.


Step 2:

Once you've submitted your application materials, it's time for an Admissions Interview. We conduct  interviews in-person or online via Zoom in order to get to know your goals, needs, and interests better.
If you would like to visit us in person you can schedule a tour.



We've got you covered. See our Admissions FAQs  for answers on everything from interviewing to dorm life.


See our Admissions Viewbook to learn more about why the FA experience is a game changer.

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We've got a few good reasons why there's no place like here, and we've put them into one handy list for you. 

Jason Tardy

Associate Head of School 

Contact Jason

Miranda Nelson

Associate Director of Admissions

Contact Miranda

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College Acceptances 

Each year we're proud to see FA grads get accepted to and attend a diverse range of 2 and 4 year post-secondary programs.