1. SUBMIT APPLICATION either online or paper application form
To Apply Online:
To Apply by submitting a paper application:
You can pick up an application form in the Judge Memorial main office, or print an application off from the attachment below.
2. SUBMIT ADDITIONAL DOCUMENTS
Along with submitting the application, the following items need to be received:
2. TAKE THE PLACEMENT EXAM (For Freshman Applicants Only)
The Judge Memorial placement exam is not an admission test, but informs our school counselors of the student’s academic progress. The cost of the exam is $25 (check or cash only). Payment due day of the exam. You will be contacted to schedule a time for the Placement Exam once the application has been submitted. CLICK HERE for more information on the Placement Exam and to sign up.
3. SUBMIT $100 APPLICATION FEE (Non-Refundable)
All the above, APPLICATION, ADDITIONAL DOCUMENTS, PLACEMENT EXAM, and APPLICATION FEE, must be completed and submitted before a decision can be made regarding acceptance.
(Applications are accepted on a rolling basis throughout the year as space permits.)
4. TAKE THE ACCUPLACER MATH ASSESSMENT
The results of the Judge Memorial Placement Exam is part of the criteria used by school counselors to place students in courses that meet appropriate skill levels including Honors and AP courses. All incoming students take the Accuplacer Mathematics Assessment Test in April to determine math placement. (Incoming ninth grade students will sit for both the Placement Exam and the Accuplacer Assessment in April.) Students accepted for admission will be notified of their pre-assigned Accuplacer Assessment date in their acceptance letter. You do not need to pre-register for the Accuplacer Test.
Admission to Judge Memorial is based on previous academic performance, placement exam scores, character, and the student's desire to join our community. When all admissions materials have been received and the results of the Judge Memorial placement exam are available, the application will be reviewed to determine the applicant’s status. Although applications are accepted year-round, applicants who meet the January 20, 2018 priority deadline will be notified in writing no later than March 1 of their status. Applications received after this date will be reviewed and acceptance will be determined based on space in the class and the applicant’s qualifications.
School Tours/Shadowing and Admissions
Mr. Tim Gardner, Director of Admissions
Application Questions and General Information
Ms. Rita Scholl, Applications
Academic and Course Information
Ms. Bobbi Morgan, School Counseling / Director of Student Services
Tuition and Financial Tuition Assistance Information
Ms. Debbie Knutsen, Tuition
Ms. Carol Smith, Financial Tuition Assistance
If you would like information on the admissions process for international students, please contact Mr. Tim Gardner in our Admissions Office at firstname.lastname@example.org