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How to Apply to Moravian Academy

We are delighted that you are considering Moravian Academy for your child’s education. Please contact us through our online inquiry form or call our admissions office at 610-332-5200 to request more information.

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  • + Step 1: Request Information

    Please complete the Request for Information Form and we'll mail you our viewbook and other information pertaining to the division you are interested in enrolling in.
  • + Step 2: Parent Tour

    The best way to experience everything Moravian Academy has to offer is to come and visit! At this time, we are only able to offer campus tours when students are not on campus and all tours are exterior only. On the tours, interior images and videos of our learning facilities will be available. We look forward to meeting you soon! 

    To set up a tour, please call or email us at 610-332-5200 or admissions@mamail.net.
  • + Step 3: Submit an Application

    Completing the application begins our formal process to decide if Moravian Academy is the right match for your child. Please apply online.
  • + Step 4: Student Visit

    Downtown Campus: Preschool-Grade 8
    All student campus visits are currently unavailable. These will be conducted virtually so that we get to know your child and your family better throughout the enrollment process. 

    Swain School Campus: Preschool-Grade 8
    All student campus visits are currently unavailable. These will be conducted virtually so that we get to know your child and your family better throughout the enrollment process. 

    Merle-Smith Campus: Grades 9 - 12
    All student campus visits are currently unavailable. These will be conducted virtually so that we get to know your child and your family better throughout the enrollment process.
  • + Step 5: Testing

    Primer, PreKindergarten, Kindergarten and Grades 1-8:
    All screenings for the Downtown Campus will be conducted virtually for the current admission cycle. After an application has been submitted, the Office of Admissions will reach out to each family to set up an appointment to share the materials being used for screening. The screenings will vary by grade level and age group. 

    Grades 9-12:
    Moravian Academy requires the OLSAT (Otis Lennon School Ability Test) and the ERB (Educational Records Bureau). Exams will be administered and proctored virtually on December 12, January 9, and January 23.
  • + Step 6: Submit Transcripts

    The Parent Waiver and Transcript Request Form enables your child’s current school to release his/her records to Moravian Academy. Please fill out the upper portion and give it to your child’s current school. It will be sent directly back to us and kept confidential.

    Upper School Form
    Middle School Form
  • + Step 7: Request Recommendations

    Depending on grade level, teacher, counselor, and personal recommendation forms are required.

    The Parent Waiver and Teacher's Confidential Evaluation Form enables your child’s current counselor, Math teacher, and English teacher to release his/her recommendation to Moravian Academy. Please download these forms, fill out the upper portion and give it to the appropriate faculty. It must be sent directly back to Moravian Academy. It will be kept confidential.

    Upper School
    English Teacher Recommendation
    Math Teacher Recommendation
    Counselor Recommendation

    Middle School
    English Teacher Recommendation
    Math Teacher Recommendation
    Counselor Recommendation

    Lower School
    Pre K - Kindergarten Teacher Recommendation
    Grades 1-5 Teacher Recommendation
    Principal Recommendation

    One or two personal recommendations are also required, depending on grade level. Please download the Confidential Personal Recommendation Form, fill out the upper portion and give it to the recommender. It must be sent directly back to Moravian Academy. It will be kept confidential.
  • + Step 8: Apply for Financial Aid (Optional)

    Moravian Academy’s need-based financial aid is designed to assist families who could not otherwise afford the whole cost of tuition. Financial aid decisions are made by the Financial Aid Committee and are separate from the decision of the Admissions Committee. An application for financial aid does not affect an applicant’s opportunity to be admitted to the school. 

    Families interested in applying for financial aid should do so simultaneously with the school application process.

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