The Indian Springs School admission application is completed online through our admission portal (SchoolAdmin). The application, teacher recommendations, and transcript can all be submitted online through the admission portal-even your SSAT score will be automatically uploaded! Once you create a username and password you will be able to work on your application and keep track of your application status.
Complete application will include:
2. Standardized Testing
Indian Springs requires all applicants to take the appropriate standardized test for their grade level:
Grades 7-9: Secondary School Admission Test (SSAT) CODE : 4084.
Grades 10-12: PSAT, ACT and/or SAT preferred. SSAT is acceptable.
All International Students must submit a TOEFL Score (Test Code 8133) and SSAT Score.
3. Teacher Recommendations
Along with your application, you will need to have two current teacher recommendation forms sent to Indian Springs. Math and English recommendations are required. A third recommendation is optional. Links to the recommendation forms will be sent through the online admission portal.
For the school to properly review a candidate's application, we must have the latest official transcript from the candidate's current school. We prefer to see the student's mid-year grades. Most schools require parental permission to release an official transcript to Indian Springs.
5. Personal Interview
An interview is required for all students. The Admission Office strongly encourages all applicants to interview and visit the campus; however, we understand this may not always be possible. Admission officers travel to many parts of the country and all over the world. To find out where the Admission Office will be, please contact the Admission Office at (205) 988-3350. If you are unable to visit campus during the application process, please contact the Admission Office to schedule an online interview.
Indian Springs School Skype username is admissionsprings.
The school serves a talented and diverse student body and offers its admission to qualified students regardless of race, gender, religion, national origin, ethnicity or sexual orientation.