Notice of Nondiscriminatory Policy as to Student
Spring Valley School admits students of any race, color, national, and ethnic origin to all rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate in administration of its education policies, scholarship and loan program, athletic and other school administered program.
Focus On Individual Needs
Our goal is to work with you to determine the best placement for your student. Before we begin an admission process for your student, a quick review of background and records determines if we should engage in a full evaluation. This admission inquiry helps direct your student's path as quickly as possible.
Spring Valley School exists for the purpose of serving children with average or above intelligence who demonstrate learning differences and unique educational needs related to reading, written expression and mathematics. Our program does not accommodate students with behavioral or emotional difficulties.
Traditionally, Spring Valley School accepts new students through grade 10. Juniors and Seniors are are not generally admitted unless the student is transferring to the school from a similar out of state school.
Admission to Spring Valley School is based upon the following criteria:
Determination by the school that placement at Spring Valley School is appropriate for the applicant and the school.
Availability of student opening at appropriate grade level.
Agreement of family to pay full tuition unless scholarship help is requested and granted.
Dr. Laura Fiveash
Executive Director and Head of Admissions
To request more information:
Contact our registrar, Annette Howard, in the Admissions Office.
Mon-Fri 8am - 4pm