How is an admission decision made?
Posted 04/11/2008 12:00AM
There is an Admission Committee that represents a cross section of the school faculty and administration that meets regularly to evaluate complete applications. Decisions are made after thoughtful deliberations that take into account the individual candidate’s ability to be successful at Antilles and examine the application in the context of students currently attending Antilles and the other candidates who would like to join the same grade. Maturity, citizenship, curiosity, interest in and appreciation for the Antilles experience are additional factors weighed into the decision. Because so much is taken into consideration, specific reasons for not offering a Contract for Enrollment will not be provided. The Admission Committee makes recommendations to the Head of School, who has ultimate authority and sole discretion in the decision to admit or re-enroll a student.