How to Apply
- Tour Our Campus
- Complete Your Application
- Schedule Interview & Testing
- Supplemental Forms & Transcripts
It is important to schedule a tour of campus before you apply. This will give you an opportunity to see our campus and interact with some key people that can help you during the application process. To schedule a tour, please fill out an online form. If you have any questions, please contact the Associate Director of Admissions, Ana Orsini.
- Associate Director of Admissions: Ana Orsini, 702-797-5881
Your application can be completed at your convenience. You can log out and return to complete the application without losing data before submitting the final version. As we have rolling admissions, we recommend submitting applications as soon as possible. You may also fill out the application on campus while your child is testing.
A complete application includes:
- The completed application form
- Photo of applicant
- Non-refundable application fee of (Beginning School: $25, K-12: $100)
- Completed supplemental forms and transcripts
The Confidential School Report, Transcript Release Form, and Teacher Recommendation Forms are available to print from this page. Please provide these forms to the applicant’s current school as they are also required for the application to be complete.
Upon receipt of the completed application, the School will schedule your interview and test. Interviews allow you and your child to meet with the appropriate Division Director and members of The Meadows staff. Interviews and testing are usually two and a half hours each in length. Each grade level has its own entrance exam designed by our teachers to test mastery of key skills and concepts. In Upper School, SSAT scores can be submitted in lieu of the entrance exam.
We welcome families to attend special performances, lectures, or athletic games to get a feel of The Meadows culture outside of the classroom. For more information, please contact the registrar at the division you are interested in.
The Meadows School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, or national and ethnic origin in the administration of its educational policies, admission policies, financial aid, athletic, and other school-administered programs.