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Admission

The Admission Process

 We felt the warmth of a community—one that would help our daughter learn, develop friendships, and grow both academically and socially. We were impressed by the efforts of the admissions team in ensuring that we are the right fit for each other.

NASHOBA BROOKS PARENT

Nashoba Brooks School seeks qualified students who bring a variety of abilities, backgrounds, and interests to the School community. During the admission process, we give careful consideration to the ways in which a student may benefit from and contribute to our program. The Admission Committee reviews each student’s qualifications, assessing developmental readiness, academic potential, and achievement.
 
We are currently accepting applications for most grades on a rolling basis. Contact our admission office at 978-369-4591, or email us at admission@nashobabrooks.org, to learn more about the spaces we have available.

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  • STEP 1:


    Request Information
    Complete our inquiry form to get a copy of our admission materials and notices about our events.

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  • STEP 2:


    Schedule a Parent Visit
    Join us for a 60-minute parent visit and tour of our campus with our Director of Admission to learn more about our program.

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    Apply
    Start the application process by registering in our Ravenna online application system and completing the required forms.

Application Requirements:

  • Request more information by filling out our inquiry form here
  • Schedule your parent visit
  • Register in Ravenna, our online application system
  • Complete the application form and submit the application fee ($50)
  • Fill out the parent/guardian questionnaire
  • Attend a student visit and assessment
  • Submit a recent progress report (can be sent via email to the admission office)
  • Obtain a teacher recommendation. Students applying to Grades 6-8 will need two recommendations from a Math teacher and an English teacher.
  • Complete the student questionnaire (Grades 4-8)

Admission FAQs

List of 4 frequently asked questions.

  • Is there diversity at Nashoba Brooks and where do families live?

    Nashoba Brooks is committed to enrolling a diverse student body. Twenty-three percent of our students are students of color. To maintain economic diversity in our community, we provide approximately $1.6 million in financial assistance to about 24% of our students. Approximately 42% of students come from the town of Concord. The remaining students represent 32 other communities. For more information about diversity and inclusivity at Nashoba Brooks, click here.
  • What is the process for applying for financial assistance?

    Parents/guardians must submit a Parent Financial Statement (PFS) to School and Student Services (SSS). Additionally, you will need to mail a copy of your most recent federal income tax return directly to Nashoba Brooks. You can complete the PFS online by visiting sssbynais.force.com. Financial assistance awards will be made only if the financial assistance application is complete. For more information about financial assistance, click here
  • Is there bus transportation?

    Bus transportation for families living in Concord is provided by the town. Transportation is available for a range of other towns. For more information about transportation options, click here.
  • Where do students go after Nashoba Brooks?

    Grade 3 Placement - Approximately 95% of our graduating Grade 3 boys continue their education at independent schools. 5% of graduates choose to attend their local public schools.

    Grade 8 Placement - Approximately 80% of graduating Grade 8 girls continue their education at independent secondary schools. 20% of graduates choose to attend their local public high schools.

School Choices After Nashoba Brooks

These are the schools chosen by recent Grade 8 graduates:
Acton-Boxborough High School
The Bromfield School
Brooks School
Buckingham Browne & Nichols School
The Cambridge School of Weston
Chadwick School, CA
Chapel Hill
Chauncy Hall School
Chelmsford High School
Commonwealth School
Concord Academy
Concord-Carlisle High School
Dana Hall School
Deerfield Academy
Gould Academy, ME
Groton School
Holderness School, NH
The Hotchkiss School, CT
Lawrence Academy
Lexington High School
Lincoln-Sudbury High School
Manlius Pebble Hill School, NY
Middlesex School
Millbrook School, NY
Milton Academy
New Hampton School, NH
Noble and Greenough School
Phillips Academy, Andover
Phillips Exeter Academy, NH
The Rivers School
Pomfret School
St. Mark’s School
Tabor Academy
The Thacher School, CA
Ursuline Academy
Walnut Hill School
Waterford School, UT
Weston High School
Winchester High School
The Winsor School
Westminster School, CT
Williston Northampton School
Situated on a beautiful 30-acre campus in historic Concord, Massachusetts, Nashoba Brooks School enrolls all genders in Preschool through Grade 3, and students identifying as girls in Grades 4 through 8. Nashoba Brooks is an independent school designed to build community, character, and confidence in its students.
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