Admissions Information for Fall 2017
Interested in a tour of the middle school? Please contact the admissions office to arrange your visit.
Families who wish to apply should submit a completed application for their child, along with a non-refundable $50 application fee. Please consult the admissions calendar at the bottom of this page for important dates and deadlines.
After submitting an application, parents should make arrangements with a qualified psychologist or licensed testing center to administer the Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children (WISC-V) assessment for their child. (If you are having the test administered at another independent school, please furnish a copy of the results when you receive them.)We suggest families contact one of the following centers: (Please do not delay in arranging for testing. The admissions season is a busy time and appointments may be difficult to secure later in the season.)
Westhampton Family Psychologists, P.C.
Sandra Henderson, PhD, LCP
As part of the admissions process, middle school applicants will be invited to shadow for a day in the middle school. Academic assessments will be administered on a separately scheduled day and time.
Initial admissions decisions will be communicated beginning in March 2017 and will continue, on a rolling basis, throughout the spring and summer.
Parents of accepted students will receive an enrollment contract along with the decision letter. The signed contract and enrollment deposit should be returned to Sabot at Stony Point by the date indicated in order to reserve the student’s place for the coming year.
Important Dates for Middle School Admissions
Admissions Program for prospective parents and students
Please call the admissions office to arrange individual tours. (804) 272-1341
6th grade application deadline
Financial aid application deadline for all grades
Applicants will be invited to shadow for a day in the middle school. Academic
assessment will take place on a separately scheduled day and time.
It is the policy of Sabot at Stony Point to admit students and to administer financial aid without regard to race, religion, national origin, gender, or sexual orientation.