ADMISSION PROCESS

We are happy you are interested in Yorktown Education. At Yorktown, we have a rolling admissions process which allows students to begin quarterly.

Please contact the Admissions Office at (972) 733-0800 if you have any questions.

Parent Tour

Interested parents should make an appointment to tour the school campus. We offer tours daily and arrangements are made through the front desk. You can schedule a tour online or contact our office.

Student Visit

After the parent tour, the next step is to schedule a student visit. The student will be matched with a current student according to interests and will spend most of the day with that student attending classes and meeting other students. This is a great opportunity to see what it’s like to be a student at Yorktown Education!

Application and Assessment

Prospective families will submit an application for enrollment at the time of the student assessment. Applications can be submitted online or sent directly to the Yorktown Education Admissions office (submissions via email will also be accepted).

Download the Admissions Application here.

As part of the application process you will also be requested to submit transcripts from your current school.

Assessments are generally scheduled the third week of each month on Wednesday, Thursday or Friday

Teacher Recommendations

Teacher recommendations are required for incoming students. Lower School students may submit a Teacher Recommendation from their current classroom teacher. Upper School students are required to submit a Teacher Recommendation from a current English and Math Teacher.

Recommendations may be submitted online or sent directly to the Yorktown Education Admissions office (submissions via email will also be accepted).

>Lower School Recommendation (Grades Pre-K through 1st)
>Lower School Recommendation (Grades 2nd through 4th)
>English Teacher Recommendation (Grades 5th through 12th)
>Math Teacher Recommendation (Grades 5th through 12th)


Yorktown Education does not discriminate in the administration of its admission and education policies on the basis of race, color, religion, sexual orientation, or national or ethnic origin.