Prepare to Succeed
In mind, body, and spirit, our mission is to prepare students to succeed.
Menaul School seeks students who desire to be a part of a multi-cultural community where participation, compassion, honesty, and academic achievement are a part of everyday life.
Now accepting applications for the 2019-20 academic year. We look forward to meeting you!
Menaul School has rolling admission. For Domestic Day applicants, decisions for Fall 2019-20 are sent starting March 2019. Early decisions (for siblings and alumni) are sent in January 2019.
Admission test dates:
Saturday, January 26th, 9-11:30
Saturday, February 9th, 9-11:30
Please contact the Admission Office with questions about the application for 2018-2019, if you are interested in your student attending Menaul School this school year.
Complete the Online Application
Request Teacher Recommendations:
Current Math and English Teacher (if the student has one teacher for both Math and English, only one recommendation is needed). Simply enter each teacher’s email address when you complete the online application. The recommendations will come electronically, directly to the Admission Office. Please notify the Admission Office if you need a paper recommendation form instead.
Some schools prefer to submit the recommendations at one time for all 5th grade students in the early Spring. Please notify the Menaul School Admission Office; we are happy to coordinate with your current school’s staff.
Download and sign the Transcript Release form for 2019-2020
We request academic grade reports for:
Current School Year (2018-19)
+ 2 Previous Years
Please note: official transcripts for all high school applicants (applying to grade 10 or higher) are required before or at the time of enrollment.
If completing the financial application, please complete the application in FACTS by February 22nd.
Student visit days for the 2019-20 application period start in October, and end in April.
Your student will shadow a current student (same gender, one grade above your student’s current year). Your student attends at least one core class, elective classes (including Performing Arts), chapel, and lunch. A delicious, fresh lunch is provided by the school, prepared by our chefs.
To sign up for a visit day or to find out more, contact Admission by email or call 505-341-7250.
(Local applicants only)
Sign up for the Admission test.
To schedule your child’s admission test, please contact the Admission Office to reserve your place.
Mark your calendar for the Admission Test dates for the 2019-20 application period.
To sign up, please call 505-341-7250.
Admission tests start at 9am and end at 11:30 am. Fresh snacks are provided.
Please contact the Admission Office to schedule your student’s Admission Test. Tests are given on an ongoing basis.
Please submit the IEP or 504 plan before beginning the Admission process.
If, following a thorough analysis, it is determined that your student would be better served at a public school (or at a private school that specializes in supporting specific learning needs), the family will be notified by the Director of Admission.
Keep in mind that you will find the right school for your student, and it may not be Menaul School. It is essential for the student’s success that every effort is made on the part of Menaul School to only accept students who can be expected to succeed, given the rigor of the curriculum and available learning support at the school.
You can find information about accommodations provided by the school on our Learning Support page.
An English assessment and visa application documents are required. For additional information, please visit our International Student Admission page.
Call 505-341-7250 or email.
Menaul School is accredited by the Independent Schools Association of the Southwest (ISAS) and the State of New Mexico.
Menaul School admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.