Application Process


1. Complete the Online Application

After submitting the application you will receive a confirmation email with a link to your newly created parent portal.


2. Access your Parent Portal

The parent portal is a continuation of the application and contains the checklist of items needed to complete the process.


3. Upload Applicant Photo


4. Upload Birth Certificate


5. Upload current Immunization Records from your Physician.


6. Request Teacher Recommendations

There are recommendation links on your checklist. When you click on these links it will ask you to enter the teacher's name and district email address. When you hit submit, it will send the teacher a form to complete. This is a quick form that only takes about 10-15 minutes. When the teacher completes the form, it will automatically populate in the parent portal.


7. Submit Records Request Authorization

Please download, complete, and give this form to the registrar at your current school. The registrar will then send us your student's file, which will include current grades, two years of report cards, and standardized testing.


8. Schedule Admissions Test

All students applying to Hyde Park will take an Admissions Test. Elementary students take the comprehensive testing program assessment (CTP) which is proctored at the Speedway Campus. Middle and High School Students take the Independent School Entrance Exam (ISEE). For information on the ISEE, please contact the Admissions Office or visit www.ISEETest.org


9. Schedule Parent Interview

Parent Interviews are conducted via telephone. We will wait until the checklist is close to complete to schedule so we can discuss the entire application, answer any questions, and/or address any concerns.

   
   


 
NOTICE OF NONDISCRIMINATION
Hyde Park Schools admits students of any race, color, national or ethnic origin, or religious affiliation, to all rights, privileges, programs and activities available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of gender, race, creed, color, national or ethnic origin in administration of its education policies, scholarship, athletic, or other school-administered programs.