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Entrance Exams


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.


  • October 23, 9 am - Standard Time

  • November 13, 9 am - Extended and Standard Time  
    *Extended time is available on this date for eligible students

  • December 4, 9 am - Standard Time

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  • $20 Exam Fee required at registration

  • Students need to arrive by 8:45 am

  • Standard time testing begins promptly at 9 am and concludes by 12:30 pm

  • Masks are required for all students/guests regardless of vaccination status.

  • Students should bring two non-mechanical #2 pencils

  • Dress is casual

  • Water bottles & small snacks permitted

  • Families will receive confirmation & reminder emails before testingĀ 


Students who have an Individualized Education Plan (IEP), 504 Plan, SEGO Plan (Student Education Goals & Objectives), or another accommodation plan will receive the testing accommodations indicated in their plan when they take the high school placement test on November 13.

To ensure your daughter’s accommodations are available and can be met, please submit your accommodation plan via email to by October 24.

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


Parent information sessions will be held at Beaumont during all exam dates.  Information sessions feature an overview of Beaumont School and our approach to college-preparatory education.  Content covered will include next steps after the exam, the application process, tuition assistance, and enrollment information.  Questions are welcomed and encouraged during this open discussion time.


All students & families interested in merit scholarship eligibility must submit HSPT scores for consideration. 

Presidential Scholarship and Merit Awards range from $1,000 to $5,000 and automatically renew each year a student remains in good academic standing. 

Presidential Scholarships are awarded to students who score in the 90th percentile and above on the High School Placement Test (HSPT).  Presidential Scholars also receive direct admittance into the Academic Scholars program upon acceptance to Beaumont. 

Merit Awards are given to students who score in the 80th percentile and above on the High School Placement Test (HSPT). 

All High School Placement Tests taken at Beaumont will be considered for Merit Scholarships.  The HSPT may be taken at another location and will be considered for Merit Scholarships, but scores must be received by November 30.

If not testing at Beaumont, submit official HSPT score sheets to by November 30 for merit scholarship consideration.

For admission purposes, Beaumont also accepts ISEE and OLSAT score sheets, but these results will not qualify a student for merit scholarship consideration.


FACTS Financial Aid how-to instruction will be given during parent information sessions. This information is also available on our website under Tuition and Affordability.