Application Dates

Applications for mid-year enrollment in the 2023-2024 academic year are being reviewed on a rolling basis.

Early Action Deadline - January 1
Applications (including financial aid applications) should be completed by January 1, 2024, to be included in early action decisions. Acceptances are non-binding. Offers will be open until the deadline for regular decision (April 10).

Regular Admission Deadline - February 1
Applications (including financial aid applications) should be completed by February 1, 2024, to be included in regular admission decisions.

After February 1, applications are considered on a rolling basis. 

Admission Decisions and Enrollment: Admission and financial aid awards are made available on January 15 for Early Action and March 10 for Regular Decision via email. The deadline to return an enrollment contract and deposit is April 10, 2024, unless stated otherwise on the student’s contract.

Testing & Financial Aid Codes

SSAT - 7936
SSS for Financial Aid - 7936
TOEFL - 6892

How to Apply

List of 4 items.

  • Step 1: Submit an Inquiry

    The first step in the application process is to submit an online inquiry form. We’ll send you a viewbook: a close-up of campus life and learning, information about our academic and extracurricular programming, and next steps.

    To receive information about Vermont Academy, please fill out our Inquiry Form Here.
  • Step 2: Take a Campus Tour and Interview

    The best way to learn about Vermont Academy is to visit the campus, tour our grounds and facilities, and interview with our admission counselors. If traveling to campus is not an option, we can schedule an interview through Zoom once an application has been submitted.

    An interview is a required step in the admissions process at Vermont Academy.

    To schedule a tour and interview, please contact our admissions office at (802) 869-6229 or
  • Step 3: Submit your Application

    Applications for the 2023-2024 school year are being accepted on a rolling basis.

    The completed application includes:
    - Candidate profile
    - Student essays
    - Parent statement
    - School report with transcript
    - Current English teacher recommendation
    - Current math teacher recommendation
    - Personal recommendation (optional)
    - Application fee

    Any students with diagnosed learning differences are asked to submit any educational or social evaluation, IEP, 504, or other materials that apply.

    Vermont Academy offers two application options:
    The Standard Application Online (SAO) (preferred)
    Gateway to Prep Schools Application.

    Start the application HERE! You can come back any time and pick up where you left off.

    For international applicants, please refer to our international admissions page for additional instructions.
  • Step 4: Submit Testing (optional)

    Vermont Academy has adopted a test-optional policy for the 2023-2024 school year and will not require domestic applicants to submit standardized test scores in the admission process.

    If you want to submit test scores to strengthen your application, here's information on the tests we accept and how to submit scores:

    9th & 10thSSAT / ISEE
    11th, 12th & PGPSAT / SAT / ACT

    Our SSAT school code is 7936.

    All test results should be sent directly to

    Please note: There are tests required for applicants for whom English is not their first language. If you are an international applicant, please refer to our international application process for instructions.
If you have any questions, give us a call at (802)-869-6229 or send us an email at We look forward to helping you through this process!