Come Grow with Us!

We are thrilled to be accepting applications for Fall of 2023!  

Tell us about yourself

Please use our online inquiry form to introduce yourself to us.  This is the first step in connecting with the LTS Admissions Office


Use our online platform to submit your application.  Please note, there is a $35 application fee.

As part of the Application Checklist, we ask all prospective students to visit us for a full-day shadowing a student host as part of their decision about admission.  We welcome parents to Morning Meeting followed by a tour on visit day.  Families are welcome to come for a tour before a full-day visit if they like, and students can visit before or after they apply.  We can connect on a video call if necessary – please contact the Admissions Office to set that up.

When your application is complete, it will be evaluated by our Admission Committee that is made up of a team of faculty and school leaders. We inform you of our decision as quickly as possible. If accepted, see ENROLLMENT for your next steps.

Optional Testing

Submission of standardized testing from your sending school is required.  The Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT4) is optional.  Applicants without standardized testing scores, or those seek to add to their application portfolio may sit for the WRAT on their visit day.

*Note that additional testing may be required for math and language acceleration.

Rolling Admissions

Applications can be submitted at any time in the fall, winter and spring for the following school year. 

Long Trail School does not discriminate in the administration of its admission and education policies on the basis of race, color, religion, sexual orientation, disability, gender, national or ethnic origin, or any other protected class.  
Long Trail School complies with all applicable state and federal nondiscrimination statutes, including the Vermont Public Accommodations Act (9 V.S.A. Chapter 139), the Vermont Fair Employment Practices Act (21 V.S.A. Chapter 5, Subchapter 6) and Vermont State Board of Education rules 2226.6 and 2229.1.