How to Apply
We are currently accepting applications for the 2020–2021 school year.
Applications for the 2019–2020 school year are accepted on a rolling basis as space allows.
Please note that we're no longer accepting international applications for 2019–2020. If you're interested in international admission for future school years, learn more here.
Create an Account
Create an account to begin the application process. A $60 fee is required and can be paid by credit card or check.
If you’ve already created an account, log into the Admission Portal.
Rowmark Ski Academy applicants: Please fill out the supplementary Rowmark Ski Academy application.
Complete Required Items
Complete all required items in the Admission Portal.
Depending on the applicant’s grade, required items may include a combination of teacher recommendation requests and parent and student questionnaires.
Submit a Student Transcript
For applicants in Grades 1 through 12, provide a transcript for the current academic year, plus at least two prior academic years.
Schedule an Assessment Visit
- 3PreK, 4PreK, and Kindergarten: We will invite you to a group visit on the morning of Saturday, January 26, 2019, or Saturday, February 9, 2019.
- Grades 1 and 2: We will invite you to have an individual assessment with a teacher.
- Grades 3 through 5: We will invite you to spend a day visiting our school. This visit will include an admission assessment.
- Grades 6 through 8: Students must schedule an admission assessment at Rowland Hall during a student visit. Alternatively, students may also provide results of a nationally standardized test.
- Grades 9 through 12: Students must register for one of two tests: the Independent School Entrance Exam (ISEE) or the Secondary School Admission Test (SSAT).
Rowland Hall may grant fee waivers to families who are applying for financial aid consideration. If you would like to request a fee waiver, please call Director of Admission Kathy Gundersen directly at 801-924-2950. The ISEE Operations Office will not process fee waiver requests.
If you will be using the February 15 admission deadline, you must attend a testing session prior to February 15.
If you reside out of state and cannot be present for a classroom and/or assessment visit, please email Director of Admission Kathy Gundersen to make an alternate arrangement.
FEBRUARY 15: All-School Application and Financial Aid Deadline
All application materials must be submitted by February 15. Decision letters will be mailed in mid-March. After February 15, all applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis.
Rowland Hall seeks highly motivated students of great promise—students who are creative, compassionate, and eager to collaborate in all pursuits, in and out of the classroom. We are especially interested in young people who are inclined to be of service to others within their communities. The Rowland Hall admission office strives to create a student body that is racially, religiously, and socio-economically diverse; we welcome all families.
Once all application materials have been received and the applicant has been assessed, the applicant's file is reviewed by the admission committee. The committee meets regularly during the winter and spring to consider applications for fall enrollment (and as needed at other times during the year). A letter will advise parents of the committee's decision.
Siblings of current students and children of alumni, teachers, and staff are given special consideration in the admission process but are not guaranteed enrollment.