We thought we’d share some of the private elementary school acceptances we’ve heard about from parents we know. These are instances where the families applied from public school and were accepted in grades higher than kindergarten at private elementary schools.
Here are the schools:
- From 3rd St. Elementary School to Oakwood School for 2nd Grade (Fall 2010)
- From 3rd St. Elementary School to Mirman for 4th Grade (Fall 2010)
- From 3rd St. Elementary School to St. James Episcopal School for 1st Grade (Fall 2010)
- From Larchmont Charter School to Marlborough School for 7th Grade (Fall 2010)
- From Wonderland Elementary School to Oakwood School for 6th Grade (Fall 2010)
- From Warner Elementary School To Willows Community School for 4th Grade (Fall 2010)
- From Warner Elementary School to Turning Point for 4th Grade (Fall 2010)
- From Carpenter Elementary to Oakwood for 6th Grade (2009)
- From Carpenter Elementary to Laurel Hall for 6th Grade (2009)
- From Carpenter Elementary to Buckley School for 4th Grade (2009)
- From Carpenter Elementary to Los Encinos for 4th Grade (2009)
- From Kenter Elementary To Crossroads for 3rd grade and K (2008)
- From Westwood Charter To The Willows for 2nd Grade (2010)
- From Westwood Charter To Wildwood for 1st Grade (2009)
Obviously, these are just a few of the acceptances from public schools. Maybe this will inspire you if you’re considering a move from public to private school. Or, you may be thinking about starting in public school, with a plan to apply to private schools in higher grades…
5 thoughts to “A Few Of The Private School Acceptances From Public Schools”
We are very excited to be moving our daughter out of her large public school fourth grade class into the caring, nurturing, and academic setting at Shepherd of the Valley in West Hills.
We moved our son from West Hollywood Elementary School this past fall to Echo Horizon School for 4th grade. The class size just got too big (34 kids with one teacher!)
Congrats! I get it about class size. That’s pretty big. I really like Echo Horizon. –Christina
We do too! My son is a changed student!
Carina, did you see our latest post about Echo Horizon’s middle school acceptances. Very impressive list of schools!