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Beaumont Blue Streak

Thank you for your interest in Beaumont School! 

We are eager to learn more about your daughter’s interests and goals.  Our admission process offers your family myriad opportunities to explore Beaumont’s community, as we also learn about your daughter and your family. 

While not required for admission, you are invited to attend Open House, schedule a Shadow Day, and explore Beaumont throughout your discernment process. 

To ensure you stay informed with current happenings on Beaumont’s campus, submit a Prospective Student Profile.  

If your daughter is interested in transferring to Beaumont, please visit our Transfer Students information.

Application requirements for prospective 9th Graders (Class of 2028) 

To be considered for Beaumont’s Class of 2028, all prospective students must complete an admissions application.  The first deadline for applications is January 15, 2024.  Rolling admissions will begin in mid-March, as there is space available in the class.  

Complete admissions applications include a Prospective Student Profile, Entrance Exam (Beaumont offers the HSPT and will accept ISEE and OLSAT scores for admissions only), school records from the last two years, two teacher recommendations from core subjects, essay response(s), and activities/honors.  

Please refer to the sections below for more specific application information based on your daughter’s current school description.   

Entrance Exam

As part of the Beaumont application, 8th-grade students must take a high school entrance exam.  Beaumont prefers students take the High School Placement Test (HSPT) and invites students to take the exam on campus in the fall.  Learn more about the Entrance Exam.

For Catholic School Applicants

Create a Parent Portal. Required for enrollment. This portal creates a custom application checklist.

Prospective students who attend Diocesan schools will receive applications from their grade schools in early January. The application deadline will be communicated by the grade school.

Catholic applications are sent only to the student’s first-choice school as noted on the application.  Students interested in attending Beaumont School should indicate Beaumont as their first choice.

The Catholic application, together with the student’s records, are forwarded to the Beaumont Admissions Office by the applicant’s school.

The Beaumont Admissions Committee reviews all applications to decide which students meet the admissions criteria. This review consists of the student’s application, entrance exam results, two teacher recommendations, grades and transcripts, standardized testing, and attendance and conduct reports. Our Committee performs a thorough review of ALL of these materials in making their decisions.

A decision letter will be sent in mid-February to applicants who indicate Beaumont School as their first choice.

If applicants indicate Beaumont School is their first choice but they are not admitted, Beaumont will automatically forward their applications to their second choice school. 

Refer to the 2023-2023 ACAD Directory for additional information.

For applicants attending Public, Charter, Private or Home schools

First application deadline is January 15, 2024

Create a Parent Portal. This portal creates a custom application checklist.

For prospective 9th graders, there are five components of the application:

-Application for Admission
-Personal Essay
-Entrance Exam
-School Records, including transcript, standardized test scores, conduct and attendance.
-Two Teacher Recommendations, ideally from core subjects like Math, English, Science, Social Studies.  

Merici Center for Success Applicants

Beaumont School recognizes and values students’ unique learning styles. Our mission is to inspire and enable all students to participate in a Catholic education and the Intervention Specialists in the Merici Center for Success provide all students with the necessary services and support to be successful.

Beaumont School is a provider for the Jon Peterson Scholarship offered through the Ohio Department of Education.

The Merici Center for Success serves students on the following accommodation plans:

Individualized Education Plan (IEP) and Evaluation Team Report (ETR)

504 Plan

SEGO Plan (Student Education Goals & Objectives)

Individualized Service Plan (ISP)

Students who require accommodations for the Entrance Exam should plan to test on Saturday, November 18.  To ensure her needs are met, please submit your daughter’s accommodation plan to the Merici Center by November 3 via the Parent Portal or via email to

Contact the Admissions Office to Learn More

We are here to answer your questions regarding the application process, tuition assistance, and the Beaumont experience. We welcome the opportunity to show you all that Beaumont can offer your daughter.  Please contact our office at or 216.325.1661