Welcome to The Wardlaw + Hartridge School International Student web page. Wardlaw+Hartridge is proud of its long history of encouraging international students to join our academic community. Our school’s Mission Statement speaks directly to the school’s commitment to be “globally interconnected.” Currently, we are pleased to host twenty five students from Ghana, China, Japan, and South Korea. If you are ready to take on an exciting academic challenge, please read the information in the International Student section carefully, and you will learn about our admission process and understand how to submit an application.
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Wardlaw + Hartridge defines an international student as one who meets either of the following criteria:
-The student will require an I-20 to study at W+H.
-The family's primary residence is outside of the United States — regardless of citizenship
To begin the application process, please click here. There is a $150 application fee due when submitting the application. An interview is required either in person or via Skype/Zoom, click here to schedule an interview. Once you've submitted your application, you should schedule your tour of campus and interview. Please note the application deadline for the school year is January 15. Applications received after this date will be considered on a rolling-admission basis.
For instructions in Chinese please click here
You can make your interview request electronically by clicking here or by calling the Admission Office at (908) 754-1882 Ext. 155. Campus tours and interviews are currently held on Tuesday and Thursday at 9:00 a.m., 11:00 a.m, 1:00 p.m., and 2:15 p.m.
While we strongly encourage a campus visit as the best way to learn about W+H, a phone or Skype/Zoom interview may be arranged if distance makes travel prohibitive. To conduct a Skype interview, you will need to provide your Skype ID when scheduling your interview. The Wardlaw+Hartridge School Skype address is: w.h.admission.office
Yes, the iTOEFL is required. The minimum score for 9th grade applicants on the iTOEFL is 85 for 9th grade applicants and 90 for 10th grade applicants. The minimum score for 11th grade applicants is 100. International students must be proficient enough in the English language to meet the Wardlaw-Hartridge curriculum with success. Wardlaw + Hartridge does not offer English as a Second Language (ESL) programs. We do not accept the SLEP test scores. If TOEFL is unavailable, IELTS scores will be accepted. Applicants applying to grades 6 – 8 should take the TOEFL JR.
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