- When is Servite’s Open House?
- When is the Entrance Exam?
- Does Servite accept Entrance Exams taken at other schools?
- What criteria are used for admissions decisions?
- When do applicants find out if they've been admitted?
- How is Honors Placement determined?
- What is the current tuition cost? Are there other expenses?
- When can we apply for Financial Aid?
With the number of applications that Servite receives, it is highly recommended that applicants take the HSPT here at Servite. If your circumstances prohibit this, Servite may accept the HSPT taken at another school on a case by case basis. If necessary, please contact the Admissions Office at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Academic aptitude and leadership potential are assessed through 7th and 8th grade academic records, standardized test scores, Entrance Exam scores, personal interviews and recommendation forms from current English and Math teachers. Additional recommendation letters are also accepted and those from current members of the Servite family are especially valued.
Our Early Admission #1 deadline is November 16 and our Early Admissions #2 deadline is December 13. All applicants whose applications are complete by these dates (all six elements) will receive a decision no later than November 29 and December 21, respectively. Our Regular Admission deadline is January 21. All applicants whose applications are complete by this date (all six elements) or who were deferred from Early Admission will receive a decision no later than February 15.
Students come to Servite from a variety of schools; therefore, Servite uses the HSPT scores and the student’s 7th and 8th grade academic transcripts to determine Honors Placement. Decisions made by the Admissions Committee are final and once admitted, students cannot “opt into” the Honors Program. Honors Placement for sophomore, junior, and senior year is open to all students and is determined course by course based on past performance and teacher recommendations. Upon acceptance, students are admitted and placed into one of four freshman tracts (Full Honors, Math/Science Honors, Liberal Arts Honors, or College Prep). Students must take a challenge exam if they are interested in advanced placement for either Spanish or Math.
Families interested in applying for Financial Aid - Families can apply for Financial Aid concurrently with their Admissions application process. If you submit a completed Financial Aid application, which includes the online application along with supporting documentation, by either of the admissions deadlines (Early Admission: 11/16/19 and 12/13/19, Regular Admission:1/31/20), you will receive a Financial Aid decision within the same time frame as your Admissions decision. For more information on the Financial Aid application process, please click HERE.