The Eiffel Tower. The Grand Canyon. The John Crosland School. There are some things in life that are best appreciated in person. Our school was created from the ground up to provide an exceptional educational opportunity for children with learning differences and ADHD, and we encourage prospective families to schedule a visit for an in-depth tour of our facility.
Crosland maintains a policy of selective admissions, acknowledging that there are certain students that benefit most from our curriculum. Crosland uses a rolling admissions policy, accepting applications all year for the following academic year. Depending on availability and students' qualifications, students may be accepted mid-year for the current school year.
Our students with learning differences come from a diverse mix of racial, cultural and financial backgrounds, and from both public and independent schools. Every student enrolled has a clinically defined learning disability, and/or attention deficit disorder. The school does not accept students with a primary behavioral or emotional diagnosis. Financial aid may be available.
Portia M. Eley
Director of Admissions
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To determine whether Crosland is the appropriate setting for your child, we are looking at the following criteria:
An application for admission must be completely filled out, accompanied by a non-refundable processing fee.
Parents/Guardians of each applicant should schedule an appointment to learn about the school and tour the facility. Interviews are arranged by calling the Admissions Office.
Applicants for all grades will participate in a classroom visit for 3 days specific to their grade level.
Each applicant is required to submit a psychological-educational evaluation completed within the last three years.
All previous educational records must be submitted. Transcript release forms are included in the application packet, and are to be sent directly to the child’s current school. Crosland reserves the right to request further testing if the admissions committee feels more information would be beneficial for the decision making process.
Teacher Recommendation Forms
Current teachers of prospective student must complete an evaluation form. Two evaluation forms, included in the application packet, are required from core subject teachers. A blank form may be duplicated if additional evaluations are needed. The completed forms must be submitted directly from the prospective student's school to The John Crosland School. These forms are not accepted by parents.
If available, please submit any occupational, speech and language therapy evaluations.
Release of Information
This form must be filed with Crosland so we can request additional information from agencies working with your child.
If you have additional questions please contact the Admissions Office at 704.365.5490.
The Office of Admissions