An eighth-grade student’s application for admission to Kehillah includes the steps outlined below.
- Parents’ completion of the Parent/Guardian Application;
- A $100 non-refundable Application Fee;
- Student’s completion of the Student Application;* Preview
- Submission of a graded math assignment or test from the student’s eighth-grade year;
- Submission of a graded English assignment from the student’s eighth-grade year;
- Completed Transcript Release and Confidentiality Form submitted to the student’s current school;
- Recommendations from student’s most recent English teacher, math teacher, and counselor or principal;
- Student interview with Kehillah Director of Admissions Robert Smith. The interview can be scheduled by emailing Robert at email@example.com and can take place in conjunction with a student’s shadow visit (which we recommend as a way for students to get to know Kehillah).
- Parent meeting with Kehillah Head of School Daisy Pellant or Assistant Head of School Patti Carbery. Meetings can be scheduled at this link.
*PORTFOLIO SUBMISSION (Optional): If you have a passion you would like to share with us, we invite you to submit an example of art, video storytelling, photography, creative writing, performance, technology, or — surprise us! Click on this link to upload submission.
A NOTE ON STANDARDIZED TESTING: Kehillah will not consider the SSAT or the ISEE in our admissions process this year.
Kehillah applicants have the option of submitting scores from standardized exams (like the ERB, CAASPP, or MAP) administered at their schools as a part of their eighth-grade academic program. However, Kehillah will not evaluate students differently if they do not submit scores from these exams. Additional context on Kehillah’s testing policy can be found here.
Kehillah does not discriminate against applicants or families on the basis of race, color, religion, sexual orientation, or national or ethnic origin in the administration of its admissions policies.