Applying as a Day Student
Day Student Application
Day student application packets should be complete by March 15 to be considered for fall acceptance. After March 15, we will consider applications as they arrive on an individual basis.
A representative from the Admissions Office visits the following sending schools in the fall of the school year and these schools arrange for their 8th graders to attend our placement test: Barnet School, Concord School, Good Shepherd Catholic School, Gilman Middle School, Monroe Consolidated School, The Riverside School, The Thaddeus Stevens School, St. Johnsbury School, Walden School, Waterford School.
Day Student Tuition
For the 2021-2022 school year: $19,150
If you attend another school or homeschool:
Complete the application for admission, and send it to the Director of Admissions, 1000 Main Street, St. Johnsbury, Vermont 05819. You may also choose to apply online. Homeschool students, please refer to our Homeschool Policy.
Complete the Permission To Release Records form including your parent’s signature, and take it to your school counselor. We cannot act upon your application until we have received your complete school record.
Have your principal, school counselor or a teacher complete the Official School Report form. This form should be returned directly to the St. Johnsbury Academy Admissions Office.
Contact the Admissions Office to arrange a personal interview.
For incoming freshmen, you are required to take our placement test, offered multiple times throughout the year. We will notify you of upcoming dates by mail.
Choose an application method:
Choosing to do an online application is the most convenient and efficient way to process your application. You will need to take a few moments to create an account. Once you do, you will be able to start your application and save it to complete later if needed. You will also be able to send a request for Permission to Release Records right from your account.