* Update: Since this post was written, many schools now notify families by email or use the Ravenna system for parents to log in to find out the school’s admissions decision.
Here’s a round-up of our some of most popular posts on selecting a school if your child is admitted, what to do if you child is wait-listed, being denied admission and hiring an educational consultant to help get your child off the wait-list. Please note that Porcha Dodson, Beyond The Brochure co-author tells us that schools only use email to send good news acceptance letters. Most schools don’t send wait-list or declined admission emails. Also, we’ve head from several sources that PS#1 Elementary School’s admissions director Andrea Roth, resigned this week.
Waiting For Admissions Letters by Jenny Heitz
Various Types of Admissions Letters by Kim Hamer
0/X: What’s Next When You Don’t Get In?
Confronting Rejection: When Your All Isn’t Enough
Tips For If Your Child Is Wait-Listed
Hiring An Educational Consultant To Go From Wait-Listed To Accepted
Choosing A School: Every School Tells A Story Part 1
Choosing A School: Every School Tells A Story Part 2 by Jenny Heitz
How Could Choosing A School Be So Hard? What I Did/Did Not Expect About The Willows School