The Application Process
We're looking for intellectually curious candidates who are as excited about La Lumiere as we are. Stand-out applicants are committed to developing personally and academically, and understand the importance of being a part of a community that will both support and challenge them during their time at La Lumiere.
Step 1: Make an admissions Inquiry
Engage with us by email or phone, or fill out the inquiry form below.
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step 2: Visit Campus and Interview
Schedule your campus visit and student interview. Click below for more information on how to plan your visit.
Step 3: The Application
Sign up and submit your application through the Standard Application Online (SAO) on The SSAT website. Admissions is on a rolling basis.
Step 4: Financial Aid
Submit your application for financial aid (if applicable).
The benefits of a La Lumiere education are many and comprise the foundation of our students’ future success. We believe that the value of the La Lumiere experience is clear, but understand that affording an independent school tuition can sometimes present a significant obstacle. As such, we diligently work to help qualified families close the gap between what they can afford and the cost of a La Lumiere education.
Each academic year, La Lumiere provides financial assistance to one in four of our students who, for financial reasons, could not otherwise attend the school. Financial assistance decisions are based upon the need of the family and have no bearing on our admission decisions.
La Lumiere uses a third-party verification company, FACTS, to determine the eligibility of families interested in applying for tuition assistance. Families interested in applying for financial assistance should log into the FACTS website and follow the step-by-step instructions provided.
It is the policy of La Lumiere School not to discriminate in violation of the law on the basis of race, sex, color, religion, gender identity and expression, national origin, ancestry, or physical or mental disability which are unrelated to the ability to work or enjoy the benefits of the school's programs, facilities, or services. All persons are encouraged to apply.