Upcoming Admissions Events 

Willows Academy hosts multiple events for prospective middle school and high school students throughout the year. Get a sense of our fantastic students, faculty, programs and school culture by taking a school tour, attending a shadow day or in-person open house, and for those in 7th and 8th grade, attend our high school information night. 



Schedule an In-Person Tour

Meet with an Admission representative to take a 40 minute tour of our school and stop in to observe some classes in session. Learn more about our educational programming and admissions process, and get answers to your questions. Sign up through the link below for a tour on Tuesday or Thursday mornings. If you need to schedule for another day, please contact Sara Danielewicz, Admissions Coordinator, at danielewicz@willowsacademy.org. 


In-Person Shadow Experiences

Come spend the day with us to see what makes Willows so special. Both high school and middle school students are invited to in-person shadow during the fall and spring semesters for the full school day (8:05 – 3:00). Shadows get a feel for what life is like at Willows by following one of our students.


Attend Open House

Join us for our in-person Fall Open House on Tuesday, December 7th. Take a student-led tour, talk with our faculty and hear from our head of school, Dr. Jaime Vasquez. Learn more about Willows’ unique all girls middle school program and our top ranked high school.


Admissions Process 

Step One: Shadow a Current Student 

We ask each prospective student to spend a school day on campus. Student hosts will guide you as a prospective student in getting to know our students, experiencing our classes, and meeting teachers, coaches and administrators. We believe shadowing is the best way to test the fit between the prospective student and Willows. 

Step Two: Submit an Application

Willows is now accepting applications for the 2022-2023 school year. In addition to the application, we also request copies of the two most recent report cards and the latest standardized test results, as well as a $50 processing fee. Any applications received after the priority deadlines for middle school and high school will be assessed on a first-come, first-serve basis.

Step Three: Interview with Admissions Director

As a final step in the admissions process, parents of prospective students meet with one of our school leaders for an interview. During the interview, we are able to share more about the mission and environment of our school; and parents can convey their goals for their daughter and ask additional questions about our program.