Ready to apply? You can start by creating an online account or contacting Imaani F. Sanders, Director of Admissions and High School Guidance, for a hard copy application. If you need assistance with the application process, please don’t hesitate to contact us with any questions. We’re here to help with every step.Apply Now
If your student currently attends another school, please also download the forms that apply.
Download a teacher recommendation form for new students in Grades K-3.
Download a language arts teacher recommendation form for new students in Grades 4-7.
Download a math teacher recommendation form for new students in Grades 4-7.
Download a transcript release form.
All of our first round deadlines have now passed, if you’re interested in our second round of admissions, contact Imaani F. Sanders, Director of Admissions and High School Guidance. [email protected]
Applying to MSS is a simple process, and we’re always available to walk you through the steps. First, you will need to create an online account and complete the electronic application pages. Kindergarten through 6th grade students also need teacher recommendations. Once you have completed the application, we will contact you for an interview. If you’d like to speak with someone personally, call Imaani F. Sanders, Director of Admissions at 201.355.6635 or email [email protected].
The 2020-21 application deadline is Jan. 3, 2020.
Applications may still be accepted after the application deadline. However, applications that arrive by the deadline receive priority status. Late applicant files are reviewed on a case by case basis. If you’d like to speak with someone personally, call Imaani F. Sanders, Director of Admissions at 201.355.6635 OR email [email protected].
During the regular admission season, notifications go out via email on March 1. If you’re applying after that date, you will be notified as soon as the admissions committee reviews your application and makes a decision.
The parent interview is an opportunity for us to get to know you better and learn a bit about your hopes and dreams for your child. We also review the parent expectations of the school and answer your questions.
Preschool students come for an informal play date and are observed by the early childhood director or other teaching staff. Prospective K-6th grade students are interviewed to assess developmental and academic readiness. Students who apply for 2nd-6th grades are also required to come for a morning or afternoon visit.