The Waterford admissions process is all about fit. Naturally, we want to see every student thrive at Waterford. Candidates to Waterford will demonstrate an interest in learning and a readiness to develop their talents. Students enrolled at Waterford will study, practice and achieve in an academic environment. Students will be ready to learn and to engage with the faculty in the process of learning.
The Admissions Committee will carefully evaluate a student’s strengths as they relate to success at Waterford. To gauge a student’s ability and assess achievement admissions testing will be administered by the school. Consideration will also be given to a student’s previous academic record, teacher recommendations, progress in school, personal attributes, and special interests and talents.
Ultimately, Waterford is searching for curious and motivated students from all backgrounds who:
We highly encourage you to apply for admission if your child possesses these qualities.
Once you have determined that Waterford is a good fit, we invite you to begin the process by completing the Application for Admission.
Use our online form to schedule a visit.
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The Admission Office will schedule this visit.
During this visit, the appropriate grade-level teacher will evaluate and observe your child. The evaluation will include both small group and individual activities.
During this visit, your child will complete a comprehensive reading and literacy evaluation and math survey.
All applicants and their parents/guardians should visit the school. This important part of the admissions process allows the school and family to become a better acquainted. During the visit, the applicant will tour the campus and visit classes. You will also have the opportunity to visit classes in session and meet faculty and students. Please call the Admissions Office to schedule this visit or plan your personalized visit by completing the online form.
All applicants are evaluated to assess readiness and scholastic achievement. Applicants for PreK and Kindergarten will be evaluated by the appropriate grade-level teachers. Applicants for Classes I – XII will be evaluated in reading and math by specialists from the school’s learning center. The Admissions Office will call to schedule a time for the evaluation.
The Waterford School recognizes that the intellectual curiosity and self-reflection it desires from its students can best be accomplished in an environment that contains multiple points of view engendered by diverse life experiences. Toward that end, the School has established policies designed to attract and retain faculty, students and families who represent socio-economic and ethnic diversity.
The Waterford School admits students of any race, color, religion, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. The Waterford School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, or genetic information in administration of its educational policies, admissions and financial aid policies, and athletic and other school-administered programs.
Yes, there is a $50 application fee. For the application fee waiver code please call our office at 801-816-2203 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Priority admission applicants will be notified early of acceptance. It is possible that all enrollment targets are met by the applicants who applied before the priority deadline. Accepted applicants during the priority admissions window must accept or decline their offer before March 31.
There are 1,035 students across our campus in PreK-12th grade for the 2022-2023 school year.
Tuition ranges from $8,270 for partial days in PreK-3 to $27,530 for Upper School. Check out our tuition schedule for a detailed listing of tuition for all grade levels. Fees are required for books, classroom materials, and athletic programs.
Waterford partners with Tommy Hilfiger Global School Wear for uniforms. Specific details can be found in our Waterford Uniform Guide.
The birthday cutoff date is September 1st. You can apply for PreK-3 in January of the year your child turns 3, so long as they turn 3 before September 1st.
Waterford does not offer any sibling discounts.
Yes, bus services are available from Salt Lake, Olympus Cove, Utah County, Riverton/South Jordan, and Park City. Routes are subject to change depending on ridership. Full contract and one-way contracts are available.
Applications received after the priority deadline will be considered on a rolling basis after the March 1 Regular Admission deadline.