New Vista School has a rolling admissions process. As children grow and transition into new schools and programs, sometimes another option needs to be considered. In order to make a well-educated decision as to your child’s educational experiences, New Vista School has implemented an effective admissions policy to assure appropriate placements for your child.
Our Admissions process is designed to help us get to know your child and to allow you to become familiar with our school. Throughout the admissions process, these steps will provide both family and staff the opportunity to determine if New Vista is a positive fit for your child.
We also require your child to visit with us for 1-2 days. This will provide your child with a first-hand experience of New Vista School. During this time, he/she will interact with peers and experience classroom expectations. Our staff will also have the opportunity to observe and interact with your child.
Following the school visit, staff observations are collected and shared with the Admissions Committee. Once the Admissions Committee has reached a decision you will be notified whether or not your child will be admitted to New Vista School.
There are times when additional support for your child may be requested along with the acceptance letter. Probationary period, a support plan, or an aide may be requested. These tools are sometimes needed in order to assure a smooth transition and to provide your child with the support they need in order to find success at New Vista School.
New Vista School admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admission policies, scholarship programs, and other school administered programs.
Please feel free to contact the Admissions Coordinator if you have additional questions.