Step 1 | Learn More
Please complete our Inquiry Form
and provide us with your name and email so that our Director of Enrollment Management can reach out with a digital view book, program videos, and more!
Step 2 | Schedule an Interview and Tour
Come visit us in beautiful Andover, NH and get to know us better! Walk around campus with a student tour guide, visit a community assembly, and speak with our faculty and staff. Take a peek in our woodshop, music studio, hockey rink, and more! Please complete our Pre-Visit Form
to generate an admissions profile for our Visit Coordinator to reference and then give our office a call at 603-735-6652 to schedule an appointment. If you are unable to travel for an on-campus interview, we are able to schedule Skype interviews. Please contact our office for details. The interview is required for admission to Proctor.
Step 3 | Apply
Applications are due January 15th for a decision on March 10th. Proctor accepts the Standard Application Online (SAO). Please visit www.ssat.org/sao
to create an account and begin the application process. The following materials will need to be submitted in order to complete your application file:
- Student Essays
- Parent Statement
- Math Teacher Recommendation
- English Teacher Recommendation
- Principal/Guidance Counselor Recommendation
- School Report and Transcript Forms
- Standardized Test Scores (see below for more information)
- Learning Skills and Learning Lab Applicants: Please see additional educational testing requirements here
Step 4 | Standardized Testing
Proctor requests that all applicants submit recent standardized testing or a comprehensive educational evaluation. Acceptable testing includes the SSAT for incoming 9th and 10th graders. SSAT score reports may be sent directly to Proctor via your SSAT testing dashboard. For older students, acceptable testing includes the PSAT, PLAN, SAT (School code: 30015) or ACT. SAT scores may be emailed to Proctor at firstname.lastname@example.org.
International Applicants: International applicants for whom English is not the primary spoken language must have TOEFL scores sent directly to Proctor (Proctor’s TOEFL Code is: 7461). Unless discussed with the Admission Office, a score of 95 or higher is required for admission consideration.