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Apply to Middle School

After one day of visiting Wilberforce, we knew that this was the right place for our son's education. - Middle School Parent

Middle School | Wilberforce | Private Christian School | Princeton, NJ1. Submit an Online Application

2. Submit Teacher Recommendations (included on the application)

3. Submit Student Records Release Form (included in the application)

4. Schedule assessment with the Admissions Director

Students applying to the Middle School are required to take our school assessments. After your application is complete, please contact our Admissions Director (609.924.6117, or via email) to arrange for your child’s assessment.

5. Participate in a Parent Interview
The Admissions Office will contact parents to arrange an interview. Both parents are required to attend the interview. All parents are required to read the following materials prior to the family interview:

6. Receive Notification of Admissions

The Admissions Committee will notify families in a timely manner.

7. Return Signed Contract
Following notification of acceptance, the family will be given a due date to confirm enrollment by submitting the signed Contract, and the Tuition Schedule with indication of payment method (along with a check for the Book Fee and Tuition Deposit).

Waiting Pools:
When a class is full, applicants may be placed in a waiting pool for that class. If a slot opens up, students will be selected from the waiting pool to fill the open slot.


Discrimination Policy: The Wilberforce School admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs and activities generally made available to students at the school. The Wilberforce School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in the administration of its educational and admissions policies, scholarship programs, or athletic and other school administered programs.­