How to Apply to MileStone Academy
- Call or e-mail our Director of Admissions, Carol Wolf, or fill out the Contact Form
- Set up a visit with Carol.
- You will receive in the mail an application packet to fill out.
- An Admissions Committee will review your child’s school records and educational evaluations.
- Carol will work with your family to find an appropriate day for your child to visit MileStone Academy with current students in the appropriate classes.
- The MileStone admissions committee will make a determination based on whether we feel your child’s educational needs will be met appropriately.
Request an information packet by calling the MileStone Academy Admissions Office at 267-626-4729. Please note applications are accepted on a rolling basis throughout the year.
- ATTEND one of our Admissions Information Sessions. Please call us for information.
- SUBMIT the results of a psycho-educational evaluation completed within the last two years. This will help the school best prepare for your child’s visit.
- SCHEDULE a school visit. A school visit will enable your child to better understand the MileStone Academy experience. It provides us with an informal evaluation of your child’s academic, social, and emotional strengths and needs, and assists us in making the best decision regarding your child’s application.
- SUBMIT a complete application, which includes:
- Application form
- $100 application fee (non-refundable) – check payable to MileStone Academy
- Teacher Recommendation Forms
- Official school transcripts, report cards, progress reports from your child’s current school
How are decisions made?
The Admissions Committee will review the application upon its completion. Families will be notified by mail of Admissions decisions.
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.