Wooster School admits students of any race, color, sexual orientation, religion, nationality, or ethnic origin to all rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the School.

Applying to The Prospect School at Wooster

All students applying to The Prospect School at Wooster must submit a complete application, a psychoeducational or neuropsychological evaluation (no more than 24 months old), and current school records. Once the admissions committee reviews these materials, appropriate applicants will be invited to our campus for an interview and tour.

Students admitted to The Prospect School at Wooster may be diagnosed with one or more of the following:

  • Reading Disorders
  • Math Disorders
  • Disorders of Written Language
  • Executive Function Weakness
  • Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder

Families are welcome to attend one of our monthly Open Houses, which include a tour of the school. While attendance at an Open House is not mandatory for admission, we encourage families to join us at any time before or during the application process.

The information on this page should help you better understand our admissions process.

Families usually contact our school when they find that their child’s academic skills are not developing at a rate commensurate with their overall intelligence. Often their child is not happy at school and may feel that they can’t learn.

Through our careful screening process, we are able to identify the applicants who will derive the most benefit from our specific and individualized approach to academics.

The Prospect School maintains a "rolling" admission policy throughout the school year. Mid-year admissions decisions are not based on "first come first served," but rather on the best available candidate (i.e. match) for a particular class. Financial aid is available, but is not a factor in admissions decisions.

We are accepting students between the ages of 7 and 14 with learning disabilities or ADHD into our School. Please call Dr. Jordana Levine The Prospect School at Wooster to discuss your child. She can be reached at 203-730-6716.

The Prospect School at Wooster does not serve students whose primary diagnosis is emotional or behavioral. However, we understand that all children are different, and all decisions are made on an individual basis.

The Prospect School at Wooster enrolls students without regard to race, creed, color, religion, sex, or ethnic origin.

Application Checklist

  1. Complete the online inquiry form
  2. Complete the online application
  3. Download and have completed the forms



"If this sounds like a wonderful place, that's because it is! We look forward to meeting you and discussing The Prospect Program with you to see if we are a good fit for your child with learning disabilities.

I look forward to meeting your family and welcoming you to The Prospect Program and Wooster School."

Questions?

Questions about the application process, financial aid or the notification timeline, please contact:

John Manganiello
Director of Prospect and Bridge Programs
john.manganiello@woosterschool.org

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