Grades 9-12

APPLICATION PROCESS

The admissions process for the 2017-2018 school year is now complete. If you would like to be considered for admissions, please contact Amanda Faunce in the Admissions Office.

The Academy of the Holy Names admits students of any race, faith, nationality or ethnic origin, and gives to all students rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to all members of the student body. The school does not discriminate on the basis of race, faith, nationality or ethnic origin in the administration of educational policies, admission policies or tuition-assistance programs, athletics or other school-administered programs.

The Academy of the Holy Names requires enrolling students to submit a Florida Department of Health Certificate of Immunization as provided for in Florida Statute 1003.22 as a condition precedent to acceptance. The Academy of the Holy Names does not recognize a religious objection to this immunization.

HELPFUL NOTES FOR COMPLETING THE APPLICATION

Standardized test scores, teacher recommendations, transcripts and current grades will take some effort on your part to collect from teachers and school (or schools). Please leave yourself ample time to collect this information for submission by AHN’s January 6th application deadline.

TEACHER RECOMMENDATIONS AND TRANSCRIPT RELEASE

The applicant’s current math and English teachers should complete the recommendation form found on this page after the first marking period and send it directly to AHN.

TRANSCRIPTS AND CURRENT GRADES

Be sure the Transcript Release form is signed before you submit it to your school principal or counselor. S/He will attach your transcript and grades and send these to AHN. We require grades from at least one term of the current school year and final grades from the previous school year.

OTHER STANDARDIZED ENTRANCE EXAMS ACCEPTED

AHN will accept, in certain circumstances, the results from another entrance exam. If you have questions, please contact the Admissions Office.

The Academy of the Holy Names admits students of any race, faith, nationality or ethnic origin, and gives to all students rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to all members of the student body. The school does not discriminate on the basis of race, faith, nationality or ethnic origin in the administration of educational policies, admission policies or tuition-assistance programs, athletics or other school-administered programs.

The Academy of the Holy Names requires enrolling students to submit a Florida Department of Health Certificate of Immunization as provided for in Florida Statute 1003.22 as a condition precedent to acceptance. The Academy of the Holy Names does not recognize a religious objection to this immunization.

ACADEMIC SCHOLARSHIPS

The Academy of the Holy Names seeks to recognize young women who are academically outstanding. Awards of scholarships—either one-time or renewable—are based on academic merit, as shown by the student’s grades, her scores on the entrance exam, teacher evaluation, school report and application. No separate application for a scholarship is required.

Students awarded scholarships for the 2017-2018 school year will receive notification in mid-February 2017. To qualify for a scholarship, a student must have a complete admissions file by Monday, January 16, 2017.

The Academy of the Holy Names admits students of any race, faith, nationality or ethnic origin, and gives to all students rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to all members of the student body. The school does not discriminate on the basis of race, faith, nationality or ethnic origin in the administration of educational policies, admission policies or tuition-assistance programs, athletics or other school-administered programs.

The Academy of the Holy Names requires enrolling students to submit a Florida Department of Health Certificate of Immunization as provided for in Florida Statute 1003.22 as a condition precedent to acceptance. The Academy of the Holy Names does not recognize a religious objection to this immunization.

FINANCIAL AID

An important part of the mission of the Academy of the Holy Names is to serve students from a variety of socio-economic backgrounds. For the 2015-2016 school year, more than $1 million in financial aid funds were available to AHN families. Financial aid is awarded directly from the Academy. Financial aid may include a grant, an endowed scholarship, or a student work-study assignment.

Incoming 9th-grade students may anticipate confirmation of financial-aid awards in mid-February. Returning students may anticipate confirmation of financial-aid awards prior to the start of tuition payments for the next academic year.

Financial-aid applications must be completed each year. All families applying for financial aid are expected to complete and submit all necessary forms. In addition, several supporting documents from the current and previous tax years must be submitted.

Students participating in the Florida Step Up for Students program must also reapply each year through the Florida Step Up website.

Complete financial aid information, including the application process,
is available by clicking here.

The Academy of the Holy Names admits students of any race, faith, nationality or ethnic origin, and gives to all students rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to all members of the student body. The school does not discriminate on the basis of race, faith, nationality or ethnic origin in the administration of educational policies, admission policies or tuition-assistance programs, athletics or other school-administered programs.

The Academy of the Holy Names requires enrolling students to submit a Florida Department of Health Certificate of Immunization as provided for in Florida Statute 1003.22 as a condition precedent to acceptance. The Academy of the Holy Names does not recognize a religious objection to this immunization.

ENTRANCE EXAM

The admissions process for the 2016-2017 school year begins in September. The Academy of the Holy Names offers an online admissions application and registration process.

The Academy administers the High School Placement Test (HSPT) from Scholastic Testing Service, Inc. to all prospective 9th-graders. Applicants for admission for fall 2017 may take the exam on Saturday, December 3, 2016. A make-up exam will be offered in January, however students who take the January test are ineligible for consideration of entrance test scholarships.

Exam Registration is complete when you fill out the online application. The exam is one of several components used to determine admission status, placement, and scholarship awards. It consists of a writing sample as well as standardized, multiple-choice questions with sections in verbal and mathematical areas. Each section is timed according to its length.

Students should arrive for the exam by 8:15 a.m. The exam will end at approximately 12:30 p.m.; students should be picked up at this time. The school will provide snacks and drinks and students will have a restroom break mid-morning. Students will not need to bring a calculator or pencil; all necessary materials are provided.

The Academy of the Holy Names admits students of any race, faith, nationality or ethnic origin, and gives to all students rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to all members of the student body. The school does not discriminate on the basis of race, faith, nationality or ethnic origin in the administration of educational policies, admission policies or tuition-assistance programs, athletics or other school-administered programs.

The Academy of the Holy Names requires enrolling students to submit a Florida Department of Health Certificate of Immunization as provided for in Florida Statute 1003.22 as a condition precedent to acceptance. The Academy of the Holy Names does not recognize a religious objection to this immunization.

ADMISSIONS DECISIONS

The decision announcements for the Class of 2021 are scheduled to be e-mailed mid-February. Decisions will be made on a rolling basis in spring 2017 for transfer students applying to enter grade 10 or higher.

Applicants who meet AHN’s admissions criteria may sometimes be placed on a wait list in February if the number of qualified applicants exceeds the capacity of the incoming 9th-grade class. Applicants on that wait list will hear from the school no later than June; those who cannot be accommodated must subsequently re-apply for admission as a transfer student. There are no other wait lists, such as a wait list for applications.

The Academy of the Holy Names admits students of any race, faith, nationality or ethnic origin, and gives to all students rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to all members of the student body. The school does not discriminate on the basis of race, faith, nationality or ethnic origin in the administration of educational policies, admission policies or tuition-assistance programs, athletics or other school-administered programs.

The Academy of the Holy Names requires enrolling students to submit a Florida Department of Health Certificate of Immunization as provided for in Florida Statute 1003.22 as a condition precedent to acceptance. The Academy of the Holy Names does not recognize a religious objection to this immunization.

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