The Monroe School accepts students for junior and senior high education, which spans from grades 6-12. The Monroe school program is designed for to service the whole child. Our holistic approach to assisting students with academic, behavioral, and emotional challenges leads us to working directly with a variety of community based organizations that work to support our students and their families.
Admission Process & Information Required:
*After reviewing our brochure and our website, arrange an interview and a tour of The Monroe School with the admissions department.
*Submit a completed application/referral packet with the $50 application fee ( application fee waived for all DC residents), made payable to “The Monroe School” and the following information:
- Copy of most recent report card and / or official transcript from current school.
- Most recent IEP ( If available)
- Most recent standardized test results (e.g. group IQ, Stadford-Binct, WISC III OR IV, WAIS I).
- Any other recent evaluations.
Application/Referral information should be mailed to:
Admissions Department, Attn: Willyne Allen
The Monroe School, Inc.
601 50th Street, NE
Washington, DC 20019
*After a review of your complete application/referral packet, a “shadow day” may be arranged for your child to spend a day attending classes at the school and meeting with teachers.
*The Admissions Department will notify all newly admitted student. A $1,500 non-refundable deposit (for private pay students only) is due upon acceptance and will be applied toward the year’s tuition.
In general, applications/refferals are accepted year round for the present and following school year. Admission decisions are mailed immediately following acceptance. The Monroe School program is an eleven-month program. The regular academic school year begins in Septemeber and runs through July of the following year. For this year’s calandar please see our school calendar.