Proctor's more than 135 academic courses, 30 sports and afternoon activities, 5 term-long off-campus programs, and more than 30 art electives give you the freedom to choose your own path through Proctor. Which path will you choose?
Congratulations On Your Admission to Proctor Academy!
Congratulations on your acceptance to Proctor! You should be incredibly proud of yourself for being selected out of our largest pool of applicants ever. We are excited about the opportunity you have to join a vibrant, dynamic, and wholly unique school of energized learners!
We cannot wait to have you on campus for one of our two Revisit Days! Check out the information on this page and do not hesitate to contact us with questions about what your next steps should be. Don't forget to share the exciting news of your admission to Proctor on social media using the hashtag #proctorbound!
Your Revisit Day to Proctor will be an opportunity to ask questions, meet people, and BE a Proctor student for a day. Check out the full schedule for each Revisit Day to get a sense of what the day will be like!
We know you have hundreds (maybe thousands?) of questions about Revisit Days at Proctor. Here are answers to our most Frequently Asked Questions. If you do not see your answer here, email us at email@example.com!
What Are My Next Steps?
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I Still Have Questions I Need Answered...
If you are not quite ready to enroll, we welcome the opportunity to answer any questions you may still have. Please take the following steps to help answer those questions.
Give your Admissions Officer a call to ask any questions you may have about academics, residential life, off-campus experiential programs, or life at Proctor!
Talk to a current student or parent! Our Admissions Office is happy to provide contacts for current students or parents who may provide a perspective on Proctor that you will find helpful. Email us to set up one of these conversations!
Browse our website and read updated news stories about our students in action on THE BUZZ to learn more about what YOU could be doing next year at this time!
I'm Ready to Enroll!
If you are ready to enroll at Proctor, please follow the following steps to reserve your spot at Proctor!
Step 1: Return Enrollment Reservation Agreement Once you know Proctor is right for you, and have received an acceptance letter from Proctor, login into your myProctor account (DIRECTION TO LOGIN HERE) and complete the online reservation agreement. IMPORTANT: Each member parent and the student must login into his/her own account to sign this agreement.
Step 2: Pay the Enrollment Deposit To reserve a place for your child at Proctor, an enrollment deposit is required and reflects approximately 11% of the tuition for the 2019-2020 school year. The deposit is non-refundable, and serves as payment toward tuition. Your enrollment deposit is due by April 10, 2019. Please click here to pay the enrollment deposit by April 10th
Step 3: Sign-Up with FACTS Tuition Management Please click here to create an account with FACTS Tuition Management. You will be able to select a payment plan at this time. If you have any questions regarding your enrollment in FACTS or your payment plan, please contact the Business Office at 603-735-6694 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Step 5: Understand Proctor's Tuition Insurance Plan Details regarding Proctor's Tuition Insurance Plan are listed on our Tuition & Financial Aid Page.
Incoming Students: Next Steps
If you have completed the enrollment process, please click here for your next steps!
You aren't quite done yet, but for now, continue to focus on your schoolwork! And be sure to remember your myProctor login information - you'll need it again soon! Click here to visit our Enrollment Essentials website for more information.
Here's an overview of the summer:
May: We will send an incoming student questionnaire in May. This form has several parts and will help us plan your academic schedule, anticipate your athletic/activity interest, place you in a dorm (if you are a boarding student), and more. We will notify you via email when this form is ready!
June: Once the 2018-2019 academic year is finished, your myProctor portal(s) will look much different. Candidates will become students in our system. As a result, parents/guardians will have access to the Magnus Health Portal to begin submitting health forms. These forms are due August 1st, but it's important to start early!
July: We will post a forms bundle to your myProctor parent/guardian portal. These forms will be sent once our 2019-2020 Student Handbook has been published. An email notification will be sent once these forms are available.
August: With all the forms behind us, it's time for the fun part. Advisor and dorm assignments will be available on myProctor by mid-August. We will notify you once these assignments are available.
Sharing a room with a roommate can feel like one of the most stressful parts of starting at a new boarding school, but we want to reassure you having a roommate one of the most valuable experiences you will have at Proctor.
We build connection one relationship at a time, one day at a time, one conversation at a time. This is what our off-campus programs at Proctor are all about. Read more from this summer's service trip to Rosebud, SD.
Located in Andover, NH, Proctor Academy is a private coeducational day and boarding school for grades 9–12. Students benefit from a rigorous academic program, experiential off-campus programs, fine and performing arts, competitive athletics, and a wide selection of extracurricular activities.