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Welcome to the New Village School. We look forward to speaking with you about our vibrant school and loving community. This summer, we're hosting school tours and accepting applications for the 2024-2025 school year and ensuing years. There are limited spaces in kindergarten and select grades, so please ask about availability. 

Our Admissions Process:

  1. To begin your admissions process, please express your interest by completing an Admission Inquiry Form.
  2. Next, visit the New Village School campus. In the Admission Inquiry Form, request a school tour, which we host most Friday mornings at 8:30am, or attend an Open House in the Fall. In August, we will post dates for our fall Open House gatherings for the 2025-26 admissions season.
  3. After visiting the school, submit a K-8 Application or Preschool Application
  4. Once we’ve reviewed your application, we’ll schedule a meeting with your family including your student(s) and two of our teachers. These are usually held after the school day around 3:45pm.
  5. In addition, you’ll be connected with a current parent so you can learn more about our wonderful parent community. 
  6. For grades 2nd through 8th, your child will visit for three school days, including a Classroom Without Walls day.
  7. Decision letters are sent in mid-March 2025 for 2025-26 school year. For mid-year admissions, decision letters are sent as soon as possible.

Tuition for the 2024-25 school year is:

  • $19,500 for preschool (8:30am - 3:00pm M-F), and 
  • $21,500 for grades kindergarten through 8th. 

The New Village School welcomes remarkable students from all backgrounds, regardless of their families' ability to pay full tuition. We do this by deliberately keeping our tuition low, compared to competing independent schools, and by offering Tuition Adjustments. No family should hesitate to apply for admission because of the inability to pay full tuition. Please inquire about our Tuition Adjustment process at

Watch the video below to hear from our students!