How to Apply to MileStone Academy
We know, trying to find the right school for your child can be is stressful so we have streamlined the admission process. Our goal is to make sure MileStone Academy is the right choice for your child.
1. Talk to our admission’s staff, who will gather some preliminary information about your child and will tell you about MileStone Academy. You can reach our admission’s staff by calling 215 663 1160 or by filling out our online Admissions Inquiry Form.
2. If you and our admission’s staff think MileStone Academy may be a good fit, we will arrange an admissions meeting for you and your child. We will also ask you to provide documentation to help us evaluate the needs of your child prior to the visit.
Examples of documentation may include but not be limited to the results of a recent psycho-educational evaluation, IEPs completed within the last year, report cards, teacher recommendations, and official school transcripts.
3. If you, your child and the admissions staff think MileStone Academy may be a good fit, we will schedule at least a two-day visit after which you will be given an admission package to complete.
A school visit will enable your child to better understand the MileStone Academy experience and to provide us with an informal assessment of your child’s academic, social, and emotional strengths and needs, which will assist us in making the best decision regarding your child’s application.
4. After your child’s visit and submission of all application documents and the nonrefundable application fee, the Admission Committee will review the application, and you will be notified by our staff of our decision in an expeditious manner.
We accept applications on a rolling basis throughout the year.
HOW DECISIONS ARE MADE
MileStone Academy admits students without regard to race, color, religious creed, ancestry, national origin, or handicap to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally made available to students at the school. The school does not discriminate on the basis of race, religious creed, ancestry, sex, or national origin in administration of its educational policies, financial aid program, athletic, and other school-administered programs.