Applying to programs at Bridging Communities is a competitive process. A student’s attendance record, cumulative grades, and responses to the application questions are reviewed and considered in the application process when ranking prospective students for admission.
Students interested in applying to any of the programs offered must submit their application to their high school counselor.
Students may fill out the application and turn into their counselor.
2022-23 Applications Due to Bridging Communities office - March 31, 2022
Check with your guidance counselor for earlier date due to high school
2022-23 APPLICATION - Must be turned into your guidance counselor
APPLICATION INFROMATION / PROCESS
Students from our 6 participating divisions may apply by submitting an application to their counselor
Participating Divisions - Charles City, King & Queen, King William, Middlesex, New Kent, West Point
Students may apply as rising 10th - 12th graders (Individual programs have specific requirements, please look on the program information page)
Testing requirements for each program can be looked up on the program information page. Counselors will test students prior to Application Due Date
Counselors will submit applications, required student records, & testing information to Bridging Communities by the Application Due Date
Bridging Communities will review all applications and communicate with counselors
Bridging Communities teachers may contact students for interviews
Bridging Communities will send out acceptance letters and notify counselors of application status
All accepted students are required to attend the Bridging Communities student registration prior to the new school year - Dates of student registration will be sent in acceptance letter