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Our Mission: The Raleigh School is a cooperative community of children, parents and teachers that fosters a love of learning in an atmosphere of challenge, inquiry and respect.

Admissions Overview


Thank you for considering The Raleigh School for your child's education. We love our amazing community and invite you to learn more about our school.


Applications for our 2020-2021 school year open October 1, 2019.



We have limited availability in certain classes for the 2019-2020 school year. Please contact our admissions office at admissions@raleighschool.org or call 919-546-0788, ext. 117
to inquire about availability.


ADMISSIONS PROCESS
STEP ONE: TOUR OUR CAMPUS

Our tours are the best way to get a sense of The Raleigh School and determine whether the school might be a fit for your child.

Find out more about TRS tours

Please note: To minimize disruption to our classes and to allow you to focus on getting the information you need, tours are for adults only.

STEP TWO: COMPLETE AN ENROLLMENT APPLICATION

Once you've toured our campus, submit your child's application online.

Find out more about our application process

STEP THREE: ELEMENTARY class visits

Kindergarten applicants: Attend a two-hour kindergarten applicant visit, typically scheduled in January.

Applicants for grades 1-5: Attend a two-day visit in the classroom with the applicant's current grade cohort.

FINANCIAL AID

Families who apply for and are granted financial assistance will receive a preliminary aid award at the time of the enrollment offer.

More information and key dates

QUESTIONS?

Contact Karen Peterson in our admissions office at kpeterson@raleighschool.org or 919-546-0788, ext. 117.

The most amazing thing about this is that my children were in an environment that has fostered a love of learning. Not only is the learning fun but the teachers allow the kids to be kids and use their own creativity. No matter where they go to middle school I believe that TRS has set the foundation of how teachers should treat students and how people treat people.

Lauri Andrews, TRS parent