We Can’t Wait to Meet You!

The Clariden School’s Admissions Process is intentionally thorough. Our goal is to ensure students that are admitted to the program are up to the rigorous academic challenges of the program.

The Clariden School accepts students who have a strong desire to learn, encompass good moral character, have exemplary behavior and acceptable attendance records, exhibit evidence of potential success in a school program and defined academic goals. Previous school records, entrance interviews, assessments and a student’s application are used to determine admission.

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Our Admissions Team Is Here To Help

You can reach us directly at 682-237-0400 (Monday-Friday 8:00 AM – 4:00 PM) or use our online contact form after hours.

Angela Naples, Head of School

Robyn Folmar, Admissions and Marketing

Rose Terk, Business Manager

Angie Gofredo, Director of Development and Communications

The Admissions Process

Step 1


REQUEST AN AFTER-HOUR TOUR of our beautiful 23-acre campus. Our Admissions team will contact you to start the process and answer your questions.

Step 2

Online Application

Review and complete the ONLINE APPLICATION.

SUBMIT THE APPLICATION FEE of $175 which must be received before your application can be processed.

Step 3

Submit Documents

You will be required to submit copies of:

  • Drivers license
  • the student’s birth certificate and immunization records will be requested from parents

These documents will be directly requested from the school

  • recent report cards
  • transcript & standardized test results (as directed per grade level)
  • any 504s and IEPs
Step 4

Teacher Questionnaires

Admissions Committee emails and collects teacher questionnaires from teachers listed on application.

Step 3

Online Interviews

You’ll be contacted by our Admissions Team to schedule an online interview(s) where you can ask questions of us and where we can meet you and your student.

Admissions Committee Decision & Notification

The Clariden School does not discriminate on the grounds of race, color, national or ethnic origin, religious affiliation in regards to admission, employment, and financial aid decisions.