- When is the deadline for application?
- What type of testing do you require?
- Do you offer financial aid?
- Are uniforms required?
- Do you provide transportation?
- Do you offer extended day programs?
- What schools do your graduates attend?
- Where is the Admission Office located and where do I park?
The Admission Office begins to process applications in the late fall and informs families no later than the end of April. A rolling admission process is used for the remainder of the year. Click here to begin your online application.
Prior to admission, testing for Early Childhood, Prekindergarten and Kindergarten is completed by the classroom teacher. The assessment is done to determine the child’s appropriateness for The Wyndcroft School.
Students applying for grades 1-8 will be evaluated through a classroom assessment and WISC, an aptitude test for children six years of age and older. The WISC is performed by an educational psychologist of the parents’ choice. The cost is covered by the family.
Yes, we offer financial aid on a needs basis. All financial aid applications must be submitted by the deadline in order to receive full consideration and families must apply each year. Click here for more information on Financial Aid.
Transportation is provided by the following school districts:
- Daniel Boone
- Owen J. Roberts
- Perkiomen Valley
- Upper Perkiomen
Wyndcroft also provides private bussing from the Reading and areas in Berks County, as well as Methacton and areas in Montgomery County.
We offer an after school care for all students in Early Childhood through eighth grade. This is offered Monday through Friday from 3:30pm to 6:00pm. Students are supervised by dedicated staff members that engage them in age appropriate activities. In addition, students have the opportunity to complete homework in a supervised environment. A daily snack and beverage is included.
Most recently our Wyndcroft graduates have attended these top secondary schools among others: The Hill School, Agnes Irwin, The Haverford School, Episcopal Academy, Westtown, Blair Academy, Phillips Exeter Academy, Phillips Andover Academy, The Perkiomen School, Malvern Preparatory School, Notre Dame Academy, Villa Maria and Pope John Paul II High School, as well as some local public high schools.