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Visit our campus:
Please contact the Admission Office at 713-620-6329, to schedule a tour with the Director or Assistant Director of Admission and begin the application process.

Join us for Open House:
Open House is an opportunity for prospective parents to see what a Presbyterian School education can offer students.  Parents may meet and speak with the Headmaster, the Division Heads and other school administrators.  Parents will also have an opportunity to speak one on one with various grade level teachers and different specialty instructors.  This is a great time to become acquainted with Presbyterian School's distinguished faculty and staff!

Application Submission:
Please complete and submit a Presbyterian School Online Application . The nonrefundable application fee is $100 and the fee for reapplying to Presbyterian School is $50.  Please mail the application fee to the Admission Office.  Applications will not be processed until the application fee is received.  

Admission Testing and Visits:
Each child applying to Presbyterian School will be required to participate in school visits and admissions testing.  Please note that for some grades admissions testing requires an additional fee.  Presbyterian School will share admissions testing results and also receive admissions testing results from other independent schools.

Teacher Recommendation:
Below are the links to the teacher recommendations.  Please print then give the teacher recommendation form(s) to the applicant's current teacher to complete and return to Presbyterian School .  Early Childhood applicants who are not currently enrolled in a social or educational program do not need to have a teacher recommendation form completed.  Please note, Middle School applicants will have two teacher recommendation forms that need completion. Teacher recommendation forms are available here and on the Application Portal. 

HAIS Common Teacher Recommendation for Early Childhood-Kindergarten (optional for Beta and PreK)

HAIS Common Teacher Recommendation for Grades 1-5

HAIS Common Teacher Recommendation for Grades 6-12 Math

HAIS Common Teacher Recommendation for Grades 6-12 English

Click here to download a transcript request form. Please give it to the applicant's current school registrar as an authorization and request to release the applicant's official school transcripts to Presbyterian School.  

The Admission Office strives to make a good fit between the applicant and Presbyterian School.  Decisions for admission to Presbyterian School are based upon a child's school visits and various admissions testing, the teacher recommendation form(s) and the child's transcripts, if applicable. Decisions regarding a student's application to Presbyterian School will be emailed on March 7, 2019. Responses are expected back by April 3, 2019. 

Presbyterian School does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national or ethnic origin in the administration of its educational policies, admission policies, scholarship or other school administered programs.  The school believes in the strength of a diverse community and welcomes inquiry from all families.

An independent, co-ed day school for students 3 years old through 8th grade


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