We encourage you to browse through our website for insights into our program, philosophy and school culture. We welcome phone calls and questions anytime at 206.842.5988. We also encourage interested parents to schedule a visit and tour with our Director of Admissions, Vicki Jenkins. Please call our main number to arrange a tour.
Please click on the links to the right to download each form.
Please note that no admissions testing is required, although you are encouraged to provide any testing that has been completed.
January 11 – Parent Admissions Night
7:00 – 8:30 pm
This is a chance for parents to meet teachers, and learn about our curriculum and program from teachers and the head of school. This event is for adults only, please.
January 11 – February 17th – Student Visit Days
All applicants are asked to spend a full day at Hyla as part of the application process. Please call the Hyla office to schedule your child for a visit day.
January 22 – Family Open House
3:00 – 5:00 pm
This is a less structured opportunity for parents and children to tour the school, visit with faculty members, and participate in activities designed to help children get acquainted with our program, like our scavenger hunt that takes them all over our 13-acre campus.
February 27 – Deadline to receive all application materials.
Prospective students and their parents often ask what we look for in selecting students for the school. Simply stated, we seek to match a student’s ability and needs with the goals and resources of our school. We actively seek a diverse student body. We aim for a spectrum of capabilities, interests, and personalities. We look for students whose growth we can foster, and who will—in turn—enrich and believe in our school community and its efforts.
Please click here for a complete explanation of our Financial Aid policy and process.
Hyla Middle School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, disability, national or ethnic origin, sexual orientation, gender identity or other legally protected status in admission of otherwise qualified students or in providing access to the rights, privileges, programs, or activities generally available to all students and their families, including educational policies, financial aid programs, athletic, extra-curricular, other school-administered programs and activities, and hiring or employment practices.