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Admissions Requirements

Applicants are judged on individual merit without regard for race, color, creed, religion, sex, age, national or ethnic origin. An otherwise qualified applicant will not be excluded from admission solely by reason of a disability. Waldorf admission is operated in full compliance with the “Statement of Principles of Good Practice” adopted by the National Association of College Admissions Counselors. Copies of this statement are available on request from the Admissions Office.

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*An ACT or SAT score may be submitted to satisfy admissions requirements.

Consideration may be given to such matters as the quality of the high school courses completed; college level classes completed; excellence in the visual or performing arts; achievement in co-curricular activities; and maturity, initiative and seriousness of purpose as evidenced through work, travel experiences, or contributions to home, church, community and school.

Home-School Admissions Requirements

Admissions to Waldorf requires a GPA of 2.0 or above and an ACT of 18 or an SAT of 860 or higher.

Waldorf requires that students show proof of successful completion of their state’s requirements for high school graduation. The home school student is responsible for compliance with all requirements for their state. An official transcript is required to demonstrate that high school graduation requirements are met. The following are examples of the required transcript:

  • GED, if required by state in which you completed high school
  • Accredited official transcript provided by authorized third-party
  • Authorized official transcript provided by a family source that includes detailed course descriptions with curriculum, grades and records of attendance. The person in charge of the home school program will be responsible for verifying the transcript as official.