Admissions Overview

Ann Arbor Academy’s mission is to allow students with divergent learning styles to flourish in an environment which promotes social and academic confidence and growth.

Admissions policy

Ann Arbor Academy offers a supportive, specialized school environment for children in grades 4 - 13 with learning differences and disabilities. Students with language, attention, or social communication based disabilities, as well as students who have difficulty in school due to anxiety or depression, make up the majority of our student body. We are not able to accept students with conduct disorder, or other behavioral disorders that may require physical interventions in order to maintain the safety of students and faculty.

Ann Arbor Academy has rolling admissions.

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Admissions procedures checklist

  • Parent/guardian/s come in for a tour - prospective student is also welcome on the tour
  • Schedule visiting day - things to bring on the visiting day are lunch, IEP/504/other evaluations, completed application
  • After visiting day and review of application and IEP/504/other evaluation information, admissions counselor will contact family to let them know admissions decision
  • If enrollment is the decision, admissions counselor will email the enrollment link and enrollment contract to the family
  • Financial aid information will be sent by admissions counselor to the family if requested

Documents required for enrollment

  • Completed application (click here to download)
  • Completed enrollment information form (link sent at time of acceptance)
  • Signed enrollment contract
  • Transcript from previous school, if in grade 9 or above
  • IEP or 504 plan, if student had one
  • Completed records request form for previous school records
  • Vaccination records or waiver