Admission - The Clariden School

With the help of our admission team, you’ll enter into a lifelong community dedicated to academic excellence with a student-centered, innovative approach.


We encourage you to visit Clariden to tour our beautiful 23-acre campus and meet our wonderful faculty and talented students. There is no better way to understand the culture of a school than to spend time with the people who bring it to life every day.

Our priority deadline for the 2024-2025 school year is January 15, 2024. For your convenience, Clariden uses an online application portal called FACTS.

The Admissions Process

  • Submit and inquiry and take a campus tour
  • Complete the online application through FACTS
    • Due by January 15, 2024
    • $175 application fee
    • Clariden will request records from your current school.
  • Schedule shadow day and student assessment
    • Applicant students have the opportunity to spend a day with their current grade level.
    • On-campus assessments and student interviews are scheduled to take place during the shadow day.
  • Schedule parent interview
    • Parent(s)/guardian(s) will meet with the Director of Admission (may be scheduled for the same day as the student visit).
  • Notification of Admission Decision
    • Admission decisions will be communicated on March 8, 2024.
    • Applications submitted after the deadline will be considered on a rolling basis after March 22, 2024.

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Contact The Admission Office

Our team knows that finding the right school for your family is a big undertaking and we are here to support you along your journey. The support doesn’t end with admissions, however. We help your family get acclimated and connect you with the resources and people you need to make your experience at Clariden the best it can possibly be.

Sarika Mahajan

Admission Associate

Julie Richardson

Admission Coordinator

The Clariden School does not discriminate on the basis of race, gender, nationality, ethnicity, socioeconomic status, sexual orientation, political and social values, culture, religion, physical ability, family structure, or learning style in its administration of admission, financial aid, availability of program, and hiring practices.