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How to Apply

We are accepting applications for Fall 2020  

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During this school closure, we invite all prospective students and families to reach out to the Office of Admissions by calling 216.325.1661 or by emailing admissions@beaumontschool.org to begin the admissions process.  We look forward to getting to know you and working with your family.  We are happy to schedule a video conference call to answer your questions and share with you all that Beaumont School has to offer.

Step 1: Create a Prospective Student Account

Begin your admission process with Beaumont School by creating a Personal Account here.  


Step 2: Contact the Admissions Office to Learn More and Request an Application

We are here to answer your questions regarding the application process, tuition assistance, and the Beaumont experience.  During the school closure, we want to make every effort for your family to remain in contact with our office.  We welcome the opportunity to show you all that Beaumont can offer your daughter.  Please contact our office at admissions@beaumontschool.org to schedule a video conference or phone call to address your questions.

Upon request, we will provide your family with a copy of the application and required materials for admittance.  The completed application, along with a student’s transcript, 2 teacher recommendations, and a personal essay are required for review. Students should forward their current school records to the Beaumont Admission Office by using the records release form. This form should be completed and forwarded to the current school’s principal’s office.

Academic Support Applicants

Beaumont School recognizes and values the learning differences among students. Our mission is to inspire and enable all students to participate in a Catholic education and to include all students, to the extent possible, with the necessary services and supports, to provide equitable access to the curriculum and extra-curricular activities regardless of their challenges while ensuring high expectations are maintained for all students.

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

A student interested in applying to Beaumont who has one of the following accommodation plans is invited to take the Beaumont Entrance Exam:

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

-          504 Plan

-          SEGO Plan (Student Education Goals & Objectives)

-          Individualized Service Plan (ISP)

Please submit all plans a month prior to your entrance exam for our Academic Support team to complete a review for testing accommodations. Please email a copy of your daughter’s plan to admissions@beaumontschool.org.