How to Apply
We accept applications at any time during the year on a space available basis. The ideal time to get the process started is between December and January for August enrollment.
Please click the link below to complete the application. As part of the process, you will be asked to submit a copy of your child's birth certificate, a photo, current and past school information, and pay a $75 application fee.
Once we have received the completed application, you will be contacted to schedule your child’s assessment and visit. Prospective students are unable to visit in classrooms at this time. Below is a description of what the visit days usually entail. Depending on your child’s age and the time of year, we will plan an assessment that honors the admission process and maintains healthy social distancing.
If you have any questions, please contact our Admission Office at 340-776-1600 x1701 or x1702.
Toddler Program - A 30-minute appointment for the toddler and his/her parents is scheduled beginning in March. The applicant is engaged in age-appropriate play with an ELC teacher or staff member and the adults are asked to provide general information about their child’s daily activities. Pre-Kindergarten, Kindergarten and First Grade - Applicants are invited to spend a morning in a current classroom with his/her peer group.
Grades 2 through 5 - Applicants are invited to spend a day in their current grade. In addition to participation in the classroom, students applying to Grades 4 and 5 are given a 45 minute standardized test to assess reading and mathematics skills.
Grades 6 through 12 - Applicants to Grades 6 through 12 are required to complete testing to help measure writing skills, reading comprehension, reasoning and mathematics. These tests are designed to assess a student’s ability and achievement and include both standardized and in-house evaluation tools. Testing is scheduled in March, April, May and June. Candidates who apply before the end of March are also invited to spend a day on campus to complete testing, meet teachers and administrators and spend some time with peers in his/her current grade.
All Grades - In some cases, candidates are asked to visit a second time; testing is only done once. Antilles reserves the right to request additional information if the Admission Committee is unable to render a decision with the standard application.